GJ Rambler Rear steer Tandem

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Huntingtonbikeguru

Look Ma, No Hands!
Needing some help identifying this gem. Happy to add additional photos as requested. I’m out of my league on this one. I acquired it with a collection of bicycles and parts from an estate knowing it was an antique and not wanting to see it be scrapped. However, I am not the guy to have it, because I don’t know what to do with it.

Update - November 25th. More photos of full side views and some additional details. As well of one seat (pieces). Seat posts are not rusted in solid and are adjustable.

I sincerely appreciate any education provided. Truly want to move this along to someone who appreciates it and knows how to be a good steward of it.


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Rusty McNickel

Wore out three sets of tires already!
It occurred to me you could also check for the GJ manufacturing tag tucked down inside the seat tube (although on tandems I'm not sure if its the front or rear, but I suspect the rear). They are not always still there but if you are lucky it may be. They were place just above the bottom bracket sandwiched between two thin leather plugs. Remove the seat post and shine a light down the seat tube. If you see the bottom bracket mechanicals you are out of luck. But if you see leather or a Dennison tag with twine (the leather seals are sometimes missing) then you are good. You can fish it out with a makeshift hook. The tag will reveal the model, frame size and the date of build. It can be tricky fishing them out so if you don't want to risk damage just leave it. Either way if you wish to put this on the market the presence of the tag is a nice selling feature as I am not aware of any other
TOC manufacturer that had this practice.

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