I have a complete engine for a 1913 Indian motorcycle. The engine, a Hedstrom, also has its magneto and carburetor. Save for a few broken fins, it hardly looks like an engine pushing 100 years old. It even has compression. All it is missing is one valve push rod. I gather that locating a 1913 frame (a task that has been likened to locating a unicorn) and the rest of the necessary parts would likely cost far more an entire completed motorcycle. Therefore, I would like to know: 1) if it is reasonable to begin a restoration process on the motor alone. As a lover of engines, I don't believe I would feel too bad having a restored engine mounted on a pretty base if the rest of the motorcycle can't be located. I've restored other antique motors, but a motorcycle is new territory and I'm not comfortable working on something so rare. What is a resonable cost expectation for the restoration of the engine itself and who might be capable of such work? and 2)Who might be able to construct a complete and accurate reproduction of the original frame. Having a frame for the engine might change my reluctance to begin a project of this magnitude. I'm in no hurry, and the costs might not hurt so bad if spread out over several years. Thanks.