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Jerry Greer’s Engineering
After 13 years of building up their Antique Indian Motorcycle business, Todd & Lore Ksenych have moved their restoration shop and shipping warehouse to Deadwood, SD. Since buying Jerry Greer’s from the previous owner with the same name they have increased their manufactured parts by 80%. The new location fits Jerry Greer’s to a “T” as they make reproduction parts for Antique Indian Motorcycles from 1936-1953. The original portion of the new location was built in 1936 and an addition followed in 1942 giving a nostalgic home for a nostalgic motorcycle. After extensive renovations over the last few months, Jerry Greer’s opened their doors in August of this year.
With the help of other motorcycle enthusiasts, Jerry Greer’s has been able to help make barn bikes and salvaged parts become beautifully restored Antique Indian Motorcycles, some of which have been in families for many years.
With over 30 years of manufacturing experience and over 6,000 part numbers a majority of Jerry Greer’s parts are made or manufactured in the U.S.A. While always using high standards of quality, each piece is an authentic reproduction of the original part for the correct year and model.
Jerry Greer’s also has a full restoration shop for those who prefer to have their skilled mechanics restore your Indian Motorcycle to its former glory. Along with complete restorations, they can also repair & service your Antique Indian Motorcycle. No job is too big or too small.
Jerry Greer’s on-line store makes it easy to place your order for shipment. They also have a toll-free number or you can place your order by e-mail. Every order is picked and shipped with the utmost care and efficiency.
Also available in the new location is a retail store featuring their exclusive line of “Vintage American” apparel & gifts for your motorcycle enthusiast.