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I live for the CABE
Whizzer made a Sportsman delivery bike that was attached to the bumper of an auto (that had been repaired) so the mechanic could ride it back to the repair garage. This idea was "borrowed" from Harley and Indian because they already made three wheeled examples of these specialized vehicles. I couldn't find a picture of one of these elongated Sportsmans so feel free to add one. Why were they elongated? The boxes were longer than saddlebags. These Sportsman delivery bikes must have been the rarest Whizzer model because it flopped. Imagine that you are a burley, he-man mechanic riding back to your grease-monkey buddies on a 20 inch motorbike looking like a bear-riding-a tricycle in the circus.
Thank you for being patient with me. Now for the question: What was stored in the two rear steel boxes that Whizzer went to the trouble of stretching the frame to contain? I would have guessed tools but that doesn't make sense. The boxes stored the bars-to-auto attachments for the ride home.
For some reason, Whizzer guys are not big drinkers so you can't use this information to win booze at a bar. Some wives drink wine but they don't care about bear look-a-likes or bars in rear boxes.
I am attaching pictures of the CABE's favorite he-man, Mr Monark on his new-to-him Sportsman that he loves, slightly less, than his family. In one of the bags is a cattle prod for controlling the horde of middle school cheerleaders who want to ride on that back seat. See the plate-- 1961. That is when the last cheerleader was back there.

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Whizzer made a Sportsman delivery bike that was attached to the bumper of an auto (that had been repaired) so the mechanic could ride it back to the repair garage. This idea was "borrowed" from Harley and Indian because they already made three wheeled examples of these specialized vehicles. I couldn't find a picture of one of these elongated Sportsmans so feel free to add one. Why were they elongated? The boxes were longer than saddlebags. These Sportsman delivery bikes must have been the rarest Whizzer model because it flopped. Imagine that you are a burley, he-man mechanic riding back to your grease-monkey buddies on a 20 inch motorbike looking like a bear-riding-a tricycle in the circus.
Thank you for being patient with me. Now for the question: What was stored in the two rear steel boxes that Whizzer went to the trouble of stretching the frame to contain? I would have guessed tools but that doesn't make sense. The boxes stored the bars-to-auto attachments for the ride home.
For some reason, Whizzer guys are not big drinkers so you can't use this information to win booze at a bar. Some wives drink wine but they don't care about bear look-a-likes or bars in rear boxes.
I am attaching pictures of the CABE's favorite he-man, Mr Monark on his new-to-him Sportsman that he loves, slightly less, than his family. In one of the bags is a cattle prod for controlling the horde of middle school cheerleaders who want to ride on that back seat. See the plate-- 1961. That is when the last cheerleader was back there.

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I still can’t believe how nice that sportsman rides! And, she’s quick! The girls all have to wait their turns to go for rides!
 
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