Cycletruck Whizzer


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Vincer

Finally riding a big boys bike
Feb 7, 2012
105
76
Chino Hills, CA, USA
#1
I know it might be difficult given all the green paint but is there any Cycletruck experts willing to take a guess at what year this is. I know the motor is early 1940’s so I’m assuming it’s probably early 40’s as well. It looks to me like a previous owner painted it to look like a military bike. Would love to hear from any of you experts out there. Thanks Vince
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Vincer

Finally riding a big boys bike
Feb 7, 2012
105
76
Chino Hills, CA, USA
#4
That’s kind of what I thought as well but I’m not sure what the differences were between the E and F engines.
 

rhenning

I live for the CABE
May 9, 2010
1,393
326
69
Sharon wi United States
#5
The chassis is not a Schwinn made cycle truck. Ross or someone like them did those. I am blanking on the right name. Roger
 

39zep

Finally riding a big boys bike
Oct 10, 2007
276
939
Mission Viejo, United States
#6
D and E models were friction drive. F was first with belt drive. Low numbers of these produced until the more common H and J versions.
 
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