Based on a machine that Bert le Vack had ridden to take the world speed record, the SS100 was released in 1924 and over the following decade recieved high acclaim from its riders and the press, subsequently becoming one of the most sought-after - and valuable - machines of all time.
New Zealand Classic Motorcycles
The museum formerly at Napier housed an extraordinary collection. It has moved to the home of the World's Fastest Indian.
More information: New Zealand Classic Motorcycles.
Each machine was supplied to its new owner with a guarantee signed by George Brough that it had been timed at over 100mph.