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Discussion in 'Classic Balloon Tire Bicycles 1933-1965' started by saladshooter, Nov 26, 2017.
Great, another elite club that I can't join.
Seems you tend to see the negative side of everything I post?
You’re a nice guy that inadvertently communicates in a manner easily construed as negative. I’m just not that nice.
Let's get back on track.
By request, the "other" side.
And thank you to @mrg for providing the proof that it existed!
I really dig that dual light setup. Can we get a shot or two of how it looks from above and/or the riders perspective?
As they say at Chick-fil-A, My pleasure.
Love this bike...
Thanks hombre, very cool.
PM me if you want a 39 Denver tag for it, I have a couple of extras.
Very nice! Great Catch..
Thanks again for sharing the photos . So Cool
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Very cool bike...love all the pics. Now ditch the white walls and go black on black
That was my plan and why I bought these last week. But we'll see...
I keep coming back to look at this bike. It's so unique! Thank you for the various angle photos. You're fortunate to have this bike in your collection.
Oh hell yeah, black tires matter.
This one looks like a good match to the condition of your unique bike. Just PM me your address and it’s all yours.
This bike has to be the best find of the year for sure! My favorite anyway.
That’s an awesome gesture!
That dual light setup is cool. Great pic's too.
Wow Eric! That is frickin awesome! I really appreciate it!!
I must have been asleep but just realized this bike is probably either a '40 but more likely a '41. The reasons I think this is that the spring fork, badge, and tank graphics are all indicative of a '41 model. I know the 26X was released in '39 with a 'pencil' fork but don't know that I've seen a Speedster with the pencil fork. Thoughts? V/r Shawn