Performance, beauty, comfort and control have been considered by the manufacturer in designing the models for 1937 Top-left to right-The new ‘37 Indian Chief, Indian “4” and standard scout feature interchangeable wheels as standard equipment. It is possible to change quickly without throwing brake or chain adjustments out of place. The “Y” motor which is to be regular equipment on the Standard Scout, Chief and the Sport Scout. It features extra large cooling fins, head of special heat-treated aluminum alloy to provide higher compression. Cylinder construction lowers operating temperature. preserving oil and giving higher speed over long distances. Distributor ignition, retained after a year’s trial and to be standard on all 1937 models. Bottom-left to right-The double truss type frame, strong and rugged, together with the triple-stem front fork which is to be used in combination again, with the leaf type spring suspension of the front wheel. Showing the new location of the shift lever which has been moved for Standard Indian Scout 45-The new 1937 features include: “Y” type motor with large cylinders and aluminum heads, chromium plated exhaust pipes, valve covers and ignition tubes, shift lever in the new forward position, skirted rear fender, streamlined split-type chain guard and interchangeable wheels with cast brake drums.v « | 1 | 2 | 3 | View Full Article By Chet Billings Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!