|Looking perfectly 'period', the Alma Four is a credit to its creator, Mads Bartholin|
|An original ca.1928 Indian Four...|
First it ran with an Amal carburettor, then with a leaky updraft Tillotson, and finally with this updraft Solex. Gearshift mechanism is from a Nimbus motorcycle, the generator from a VW.
|The Alma Four is of necessity longer than the original Indian 4, to accomodate the longer engine, plus the gearbox and final driveshaft housing|
|An 'old school' conversion; a Nimbus shaft-drive engine installed in an Indian 4 chassis, some time ago...|
Twin cast-aluminum fuel tanks are hollowed out to accomodate the tall overhead camshaft engine, and the protruding valve covers