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1926 Indian Prince

1926 Indian Prince in The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, TV Series, 1992-1993 IMDB Ep. Ch.09

Class: Bikes, Road — Model origin: US

1926 Indian Prince

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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antp BE

2006-04-07 22:29

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[Image: yijcverdunmotorcycle11tv.3530.jpg] [Image: yijcverdunmotorcycle2aa.5249.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2006-04-07 22:31:24

Jun JP

2006-04-08 17:08

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Does anyone know his nationality from his clothes? (it becomes easy to identify ;) )
...anyway this bike seems late '20s or early '30s, a little young for this movie.

antp BE

2006-04-08 17:25

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Was reported as a scene in Verdun, France, in 1918:
Link to "imcdb.opencommunity.be"

Jun JP

2006-04-08 17:38

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Thank you, I'll check it further :)

mm CH

2006-04-08 17:59

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Not a German, guessing from the helmet. The helmet in the pictures looks rather French (a little fireman-like, with something like a little crest on top).

Jun JP

2006-04-08 18:19

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Thanks to your information :)
First of all, I concentrate to french :D

Bebert FR

2006-04-08 18:33

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When we have to identify military clothes it's "la fin des haricots". French expression that mean something like "end of the world". :lol:
Yes, it's sensible to be a french military biker. The helmet is typical of the bikers, in the beginning of the 20's century. But that does'nt mean that it's a french bike...

Jun JP

2006-04-08 19:12

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Bebert wrote it's "la fin des haricots". French expression that mean something like "end of the world". :lol:

Deep meaning expression :D
...It's not found easily...picture of engine looks like JAP500cc (typically, widely used engine)

Jun JP

2006-04-09 17:24

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Bebert wrote But that does'nt mean that it's a french bike...

You won, Bebert! :D
I checked & think it's Indian Prince (1926-28 later model, with some modification)
http://www.muzej-motociklov.com/museum/exhibit/sl4/indian_prince.jpg
http://www.photos.indianmotorbikes.com/25-28prince/pr004.jpg

Second picture (close up of engine) is another bike, may be third picture's background bike.
It can't identify yet, where is jplemoine!?

antp BE

2006-04-09 17:35

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Well done, as usual ;)

antp BE

2017-09-08 17:05

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ch.08:
[Image: i164087.jpg]
Gamer wrote
The tank is on the other side, but I think this could be a flipped shot.

the sad biker UK

2017-09-08 20:19

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Not convinced this is an Indian Prince, this is a twin port motor, both versions of the Prince (SV & OHV) were single port motors.

Not convinced about the other bikes either.

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