Indian Scout 1150 in Movies
Gonki po vertikali
There is no sidecar, that is a separate small car. The two bikes are most likely circa 1929 Indian model 101 Scout. Apparently they were particularly stable and suited the wall of death act very well, remaining in service until at least the 1980s. http://www.indianmotorbikes.com/features/wallofdeath/index.htm
Indian Scouts are still being used for the wall of death: http://www.steilewand.nl/
The Wild One
This appears to be an Indian Scout rather than a Harley WL. The most obvious feature is the "leafer" front forks something Harley never used. The cylinder heads also like look they belong on a late 1920s 101 Scout.
Quantum Leap EP: 3.09
..This is the only one ..I think is Not a Harley.! Peut-être que si, une Harley-Davidson, mais une Panhead (WLA, WLC) des années 40... chopperisée... I think too. Looks like small WL* engine with one-off (& very ideal) frame. Je pense qu'il s'agit d'un moteur flathead (années quarante environ) le panhead n'a pas d'ailettes sur la culasse
M*A*S*H EP: 10.13
B.J.'s motorcycle, which he buys from a wounded soldier, and it gets wrecked when a war correspondent borrows it for a drunken ride. However, it becomes B.J.'s for the rest of the series, and the very last time we see him in the series finale, he's riding off into the sunset on it. It looks pretty much like the Indian military Scouts 741 seen here: http://olive-drab.com/idphoto/id_photos_indian741.php But sharp-eyed specialists could tell whether it's not a 640-B, Link to "en.wikipedia.org" derived from the Link to "en.wikipedia.org" Scratch that...in the series finale B.J. actually has a different motorcycle, the one that had a sidecar and belonged to the Chinese musicians. I guess that means the Indian was totaled.
Not a 741, they were military spec, this is a regular Scout.
Singin' in the Rain
i guess indian I would guess it is a Scout from the mid-1930s. An early example of a chopper where the rear fender has been 'bobbed' and the front fender removed. It has a Harley Davidson front fork and fuel tanks, so I guess it's not an Indian but a (bobbed) Harley Davidson Model V(L) as built between 1935 and 1936
Yeah, looks like a Harley to me.
Tatort - Die Kugel im Leib
In the movie he say "Indian Polizeisport-Maschinen 1937" Indian Scout ?
...may be yes About the right one(red frame), wheelbase is shorten at rear section. but may be based on '37 Scout... Left one(silver frame) looks more older Scout before '27. It is said '37 in movie, so we will go for it if you agree.
I fidanzati della morte
Indians seem to be the weapon of choice for the wall of death. Low C of G and lots of torque? Indian Scout http://silodrome.com/indian-scout-wall-of-death-motorcycle/
Indian, not Indiana.
My House in Umbria
A fair-ground 'Wall of Death' bike. I think it's a pre 1927, 600cc Indian Scout
Harley flathead motor (45?), custom chopper Going by the forks that is an Indian. A Scout or Scout Junior 500cc. We saw them here in NZ as "Army Indians".
Agreed, Scout 640 or 741.
The Great Gatsby
Link to "2.bp.blogspot.com" Circa 1924 Indian Scout.
Car in front of the Indian Scout is a 1930 Straight 8 Nash Model 490 5 passenger sedan
- Scout Bobber
- Scout 741B Call of Duty