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    Posted 11 years ago

    mac
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    I do know that this dirt-bike is a 1969 or 1970 Indian made in italy and they made them only for one year. I need more information.

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    1. VikingFan82 VikingFan82, 11 years ago
      http://indiandirtbike.com/id23.html
    2. bobby, 11 years ago
      there was one just like this on pawn stars and they bought it for $2,000.00 took it to the guy that restores everything for them and he made it look like new spent $3,000 to restore and said it was worth $7,500 I also have one just like this they were raced in the early 70s by kids and fast
    3. mac, 11 years ago
      Thank you for taken the time to write and yes I was aware of the Pawn stars motorcycle, they purchase their with the motor broken. ours the motor has compression and ignation. I hope to get the same amount or close to that??. Again Thank you
    4. cycles-past cycles-past, 11 years ago
      like anything,a place like Pawn Stars has so much exposer,..that's one reason why vintage items that are the same have a low and a high range of value,....sometimes you have to wait a long time to get the price you want!
      good luck!!!
    5. C Freeman, 10 years ago
      I think its cool that you have a origanl indian. My husband has a 1972 indian mini racing bike with the origanl title, bill of sale and all the paper work. How in the world do you find the value, everything is orignal. Please respond if you have any idea. Congradulations on still have yours.
    6. Jeff, 10 years ago
      The one on pawn stars was a MM5a a mini mini indian. They paid way to much for it. The MM5s'a are worth 1,500-2,000. You have a M5a boy racer. This is a biger bike overall, still a 50cc bike. It either had an automatic 1 speed tranny like the MM5a's or a 4 speed manual tranny. I have 2 of the MM5a's and one of the M5a's. To give you a true value, I paid 100, for my M5a and one of my MM5a's and 200 for the other. Yours is most likely in the 500-600 range. It's worth as much as someone will pay. Pawn stars over inflated the market. They brought thousands into the country, not 20-25 like they said. I hope this helps. I also had one as a kid.
    7. Dan C., 10 years ago
      http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/the1970indianmotorcycle/

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