( WE CAN EASILY ARRANGE TO HAVE THIS RARE INDIAN PAPOOSE BROCKHOUSE CORGI PARACHUTE BIKE DELIVERED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD )
Genuine Indian Papoose Brockhouse Corgi ( Not a fake copy )
Ideal to take to shows or just to hang up in the office as an ornament.
History of the Indian Papoose, started in 1947
The Indian Papoose started out life in 1942 to be used during the 2nd world war known
as the Wellbike, then was redesigned named Corgi under the creative ingenuity of John Dolphin,
changing the engine to a Excelsior Spryt,
built under licence by Brockhouse Engineering Southport Ltd.
Brockhouse was invested in the Indian company and began to re-badge the Corgi
with the Indian Papoose decals along with re-painting
the little folding motorcycle identifiable with the Indian Colors to market
the Papoose as an Indian in the United States in 1948.
Around 28,000 of the folding motorcycles where sold from 1948 to October 1954.
DATA DETAILS 1954
Indian Papoose General Specifications
Suggested List Price in 1954 Papoose ..... $253.46
Frame: Folding,with spring forks,hinged rear fender,
luggage rack, weather screen, large touring saddle.
Engine: 98c.c.,built by Brockhouse, with Albion speed,
Bore And Stroke: 50 m.m. X 50 m.m.
Cubic Capacity: 98 C.C. 2 stroke engine
Compression Ratio: 6-1.
Cylinder Head: Aluminum alloy, Dome type piston with two rings.
Connection Rods: Nickel Chrome Molybdenum forgings.
Connecting Rod Bearings: Lower end of 3/16" diameter rollers.
Main Bearings: Timken tapered - 2 used.
Control: Twist grip on right handlebar.
Ignition: Flywheel magneto incorporation lighting coils.
Spark Plug: KLG FE 70 - 14 m.m.
Timing: plug fires 3/16 inch before top dead center.
Lubrication: Oil and gas mixture(Petroil).
Muffler: Cylindrical with baffles and external tail pipe.
Fuel Tank Capacity: 10 pints.
Clutch: Single Plate cork insert, operated by handlebar lever.
Gear Ratios: Low,8.9-1 - High 5.26-1
Chain: Renold, Primary 3/8 pitch
Sprockets: Engine,21 tooth - clutch 44 Tooth - 14 Tooth - Rear
wheel, 35 Tooth
Wheels: Cup and cone type bearings.
Tires: Dunlop size 12-1/2" X 2-1/4"
Brakes: Two wheel front and rear 4" diameter, internal.
Weight: 97 lbs
Wheelbase: 39" , overall length 53" , folds to height of 20 1/2" , width of 13".
Indian Papoose Fuel Mixture: 1 part oil to 20 parts Petrol.
Indian Papoose Point setting: .015
SERIOUS ENQUIRIES: Please call the details below between 10 and 5 most days or try my 24/7 anytime mobile on 07973 11 12 13 and ask for Frank.
All payments, Delivery can easily be arrange by us anywhere, part exchange welcome, We have the DVLA V5c registration documents, Operating & Mantenance Manual, and the all important revised Edition latest book by Peter Miller From 'Welbike to Corgi'
Email Enquiries: using the button below
INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING AND DELIVERY INFORMATION BELOW, PLEASE READ
Delivery can easily be arranged anywhere in the England and Wales, please enquire.
World Wide Shipping Easily Organised With - details above
These prices are based on a standard classic sized motorcycle – any bookings that are made, we will need to quote based on the specific bike, as the crate size may need to be bigger if it is a larger classic – this will then increase the shipping freight costs.
Perth £908.00 Sailing time 4 weeks
Sydney £955.00 Sailing time 6 weeks
Melbourne £955.00 Sailing time 6 weeks
Brisbane £920.00 Sailing time 5 weeks
Auckland £908.00 Sailing time 6 weeks
Christchurch £1140.00 Sailing time 6 weeks
Yokohama £930.00 Sailing time 6 weeks
Boston £880.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
New York £845.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
Chicago £939.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
Atlanta £950.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
Baltimore £880.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
Miami £974.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
Houston £927.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
Los Angeles £962.00 Sailing time 5 weeks
San Francisco £1009.00 Sailing time 6 weeks
Seattle £1021.00 Sailing time 6 weeks
Jebel Ali £808.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
Shanghai £806.00 Sailing time 4 weeks
Toronto £1021.00 Sailing time 3 weeks
Vancouver £1138.00 Sailing time 4 weeks
Montreal £1009.00 Sailing time 2 weeks
For all other countries please email us your address/location for a quote.
These prices include collection, packing, freight, fuel surcharges, documentation, handling and export clearances. The customer will then need to pay any import formalities and import clearances on arrival of the motorcycle at destination.
We can also put the customer in contact with an arrivals agent at destination to assist with arrival formalities and charges. They can also assist with forward delivery as required.
For shipments to Australia, Vehicle Import Approval (VIA) must be obtained prior to arrival in Australia. Applications usually take from 4-6 weeks to process and be returned. You can also apply for VIA online here.
The Australian Department of Infrastructure and Transport will require you to apply for the permit to import a vehicle. It normally takes between 15-20 days to process applications. The import procedure can be found here.
Insurance may be organised to cover the motorcycle for loss or damage during ocean transit. This is based on 1.5% of the bikes value + freight + 10%.
ELIVERY ANYWHERE. Look below.
We can easily arrange with the following to have this motorcycle delivered to your business or home address.
Worldwide delivery: - details above ( [email protected]@K at 3rd picture )
Europe: - details above
England: - details above
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