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1906 Indian

1906 Indian 2 1/2 HP Camel Back 1698 manufactured, Cost New $210.00.

The 1906 Indian 2 1/2 HP Camel Back is a vintage motorcycle that was produced by the Indian Motorcycle Company from 1901 to 1907.

The "Camel Back" name refers to the shape of the motorcycle's fuel tank, which was designed to resemble the hump of a camel. The 2 1/2 HP designation refers to the motorcycle's engine size, which was 248cc.

This motorcycle was a popular model during its time, and it was known for its reliability and durability. It featured a single-cylinder, four-stroke engine, and a leather belt drive system.

Today, the 1906 Indian 2 1/2 HP Camel Back is a highly sought-after collector's item, with examples in good condition commanding high prices at auction. It is considered a classic example of early American motorcycle design and is appreciated by enthusiasts and collectors around the world.

1902 Peugeot

1902 Peugeot Made in France. Oldest known motorcycle in Nebraska

The 1902 Peugeot motorcycle was one of the earliest models produced by the French automobile manufacturer, Peugeot. It was a single-cylinder machine that used a De Dion engine with a displacement of 260cc. The engine produced around 1.75 horsepower, which was enough to propel the bike to a top speed of approximately 28 mph (45 km/h).

The motorcycle had a typical design for the era, with a bicycle-like frame, spoked wheels, and a leather saddle. It used pedals to assist with starting and to provide additional power when climbing hills. The fuel tank was located above the front wheel, and the exhaust pipe ran along the left side of the bike.

The 1902 Peugeot motorcycle was a significant milestone in the company's history, as it marked the beginning of Peugeot's foray into the world of motorized transportation. Today, these early Peugeot motorcycles are highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts.

1915 Excelsier

1915 Excelsier Single cylinter, belt drive.

The 1915 Excelsior Single Cylinder motorcycle was a popular model produced by the Excelsior Motor Company, based in Chicago, Illinois. This motorcycle featured a single-cylinder engine that was capable of producing approximately 6 horsepower. The engine was mounted on a simple frame with a belt drive system, which was a common form of power transmission at the time.

The 1915 Excelsior Single Cylinder was designed for basic transportation and had a top speed of around 50 mph. It was primarily used for commuting and light utility purposes. The motorcycle was relatively affordable for the time, with a price tag of around $265.

This model of Excelsior motorcycle was known for its simplicity and reliability, and was popular among riders who wanted a dependable and easy-to-maintain motorcycle. It was also used extensively by the military during World War I, due to its ruggedness and durability.

Today, the 1915 Excelsior Single Cylinder is a sought-after collector's item and can fetch a high price at auctions and vintage motorcycle shows.