Sold 40’ Huffman 26”


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OldSkipTooth

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Aug 6, 2015
2,394
2,255
Sebastopol, United States
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I’m relisting this Huffman built 1940 bike badged as a Belknap with all the original parts as I found it. Old repaint, has the factory welded kickstand mount, chainguard is not original to the bike. The wheels are solid and straight with cad painted rims. It’s all there sans chain and tires, seat is pan and springs only. Oddly, the rear fender hole does not line up, but I think it’s the original rear fender? Looking for $550.. Shipped conus from 95472.
 
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mickeyc

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Jul 21, 2013
2,500
1,410
Rochester Hills, MI
#2
Suggestion....what if you tried bolting the rear fender braces to the holes in the carrier brace instead of the rear axle? And, is the left rear upper fender brace twisted at the bolt hole? looks like it's twisted, making it shorter.


Mike
 

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