Travel forward in time 73 years to August 2012, and two of those ex-military Scout engines sit quietly in the run line at the Bonneville salt flats, framed in a unique vintage racer. The bike has been conceived, designed, and built by Jim Mosher as a flagship for his Indian and vintage specialty shop Performance Indian (_www.performanceindian.com_). It's been three years in the making. The Southern California Timing Association makes the rules, and according to the SCTA class structure, this bike slots into the 1350cc modified-vintage/fuel class. For the SCTA, "vintage" means engines using production cases, cylinders, and heads made before 1955, though each of these can be modified. The modified-vintage class can use modern running gear around those old engine parts.