Look Ma, No Hands!
An old friend of mine bought this brand-new in Boston area. He did not ride it for the last three or four decades, new I was an avid rider and dropped it off not too long ago. I put tires and new brake pads and did a bit of maintenance on it and have been riding it here and there this summer. I think it has the original bar-tape on it still. I cleaned out and lubed the bottom-bracket and also took the rear derailleur apart as it was very cruddy. I may have also done the wheel bearings but I can not remember because it was a month ago and my 60+ year-old brain does not keep details like that for long. I do know my friend told me he fitted a closer-ratio rear gear cluster on it at one point. Gearing works well for me and the bike will cruise along easily on the flat at a hair under 20mph if the rider has some rest and a good meal under his belt.