if it's realy a 1957 one (the only proof that counts will be a dating document by the REOC, according to frame and engine numbers) it sure is one of the very early Bullets made in India. It should have a mag-dyno and 6 Volt installation. the value is very hard to say - it depends, has it got a registration in the EU? Are all the parts original? Was the engine overhauled recently (bills to show)? etc.
How much is somebody prepared to pay for it. It think about a 1000 pounds (this is no offer).
September 2 2003, 3:46 PM
I believe that the last response doesn't understand. You have a bike sold only in Aerica as an Indian Motorcycle, not an enfield made in India. In the late 50's Indian was taken over by some British investors who closed the American factories and then sold rights to its other Brit companies it already parented. They were sold as Indians and thruogh the US dealer network that had been established for over 50 years at the time, in some cases. I recently had a chance to buy one that needed help for well under $1000.00 U.S. But didn't. I can't find a lot of info on them, the Enfield Indian Motorcycle was not around more that a few years. Do you want to sell It? Jon
im looking or this bike
November 13 2003, 8:23 AM
is this bike a scrambler set up from daay one or what
1957 RE ENFIELD INDIAN
May 10 2006, 9:46 PM
I have this 1957 ENFIELD INDIAN RE.It`s in chopper form now.But the engine is a enfield indian interceptor. I would be interested in what you really do have.Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org