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Amish Push Cart

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Bicycle Museum of America

Look Ma, No Hands!
Good morning/afternoon/evening!

I have an interesting piece here that I'd like some insight on if anyone knows anything about it. This may fall under the "Custom Bikes" category, so forgive me if this is posted in the wrong section. The only bit of information is that the buyer was told that it was an antique Amish cart built in rural Pennsylvania. I cannot confirm this information - and wasn't sure if it wasn't just yard art.

Any information would be helpful!

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Andrew Gorman

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Looks more like a 1910s-1930s kid's bouncy toy. Is that a leaf spring as the main frame? Bounce up and down the ever changing wheelbase could scoot you along. Wear the kids out in the process! Without the spring I'd think it was the carcass of an Irish Mail toy.
 
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