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    Default 1948 Whizzer Cycletruck ?


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    Has anyone ever herd of it? The cycletruck I have on layaway has the frame reinforce. I don't have photos yet. But the question is did the whizzer cycletruck frame differant?
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    Default Has anyone seen a Whizzer Cycletruck?


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    I had a feeling this was going to be a hard buger. The catalogs from Schwinn indicated that there was such animal, but it has not been seen yet.
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    I seen about 4 for sale in the past 2 years, and some pic on the net.

    This member has a picture of one

    http://thecabe.com/vbulletin/album.php?albumid=55

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    Cool Whizzer 300 Series


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    Here's a 300 series Whizzer motor on a Roadmaster version of a Cycletruck, the "bowed" upper bar made putting the whizzer motor on easier!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greens07 View Post
    I seen about 4 for sale in the past 2 years, and some pic on the net.

    This member has a picture of one

    http://thecabe.com/vbulletin/album.php?albumid=55
    That is my whizzer cycle truck so if you need better picks let me know. Thanks, Nate

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    Looking at Nates Whizzer cycletruck, I did not see extra metal bracing from the factory. I just have one on layaway and will be picking up soon. That does have extra bracing on the frame, not because it was broken. Thanks for the replys.
    Mitch

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    Quote Originally Posted by npence View Post
    That is my whizzer cycle truck so if you need better picks let me know. Thanks, Nate
    I want to see the head badge. Just learned that the official name of this bike is power cycle truck. Found this blurry picture and I wonder if some of these came with their own badge




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    Default I made that headbadge...


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    I made both badges in the previous post.

    The Power Cycle truck did NOT come with a special badge, not even a Cycletruck badge.
    From what I could gather, they used the 'Planes & trains' badge.

    This is a picture of my Power Cycle Truck REPLICA. Based on an original Cycle truck:

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    Wow, great look'n bike Rick!
    "Bikes collect the nicest people!!!"

    "Wanted": Shaw and Steffey cycle engine kits.

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    Default Another one...


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    Thanks.

    This was Steve Castelli's and sold on ebay 5-6 years ago:


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