10. 1920 Indian "Dry-Lakes" factory racer with "Daytona" motor.
This example was originally owned and raced by the legendary rider from Southern California, Sam Parriott who campaigned it in speed trials at Muroc Dry Lake. It is equipped with many special factory racing components such as: special racing chassis, competition transmission and clutch assembly, and dropped racing handlebars. The motor is complete and correct with its unique and very rare Shebler "Daytona" carburetor.
The Indian "Daytona" is important in any collection of American racers because it was Indian's very competitive entry against the Harley "banjo," 2-cam racers in the post-1919 era.
Installed: April 12, 1997|
Revised: October 13, 2003