Remembering father's motorcycles

Published: 12:42PM Nov 1st, 2013
By: Web Editor
I just purchased your number 10 issue of The Classic MotorCycle and was quite impressed with the article on Indian Motocycles (sic)
Remembering father's motorcycles

My father had this (right) Indian 350cc side valve (1926-1928) followed by a purchase of a new 1936 Norton Model 20 while living in Shanghai from 1928, until we left in 1955. He fondly remembered the Norton and was playing with a headlight switch from it that he saved when he passed away at age 88. Please keep up your excellent magazine.

 




Andy Granovsky, via email

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