Believe it or not, this particular Indian comes to us from a private seller on BarnFinds, from Victoria, Australia. Even more unbelievable is that the wheels and engine are all not seized and are moving freely, with no leaks whatsoever. The gas tank is original and relatively intact as well. As these are all three things that people genuinely do care about in a classic bike, there's more than enough here to use as a foundation for a comprehensive restoration.
Whatever you do, you'll need to be sure to preserve the seat, engine, rear fender, luggage rack, wheels, forks, handlebars, springs, carburetor, and the transmission. As these are the items on the bike listed as 100-percent original components from the factory. As for everything else, from the toolbox, front fender, chain guard, kickstand, and the battery box, it's not entirely certain where it all comes from.
Even so, there's more than a lot to love about a genuine survivor of a century ago, longing to finally be restored to its former glory. If you think you're the divinely chosen person to make this happen, this 1925 Indian Prince can be yours for $12,500, including shipping costs to send the bike back home to the States.