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Robertriley

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Apr 15, 2010
7,852
11,968
Riverside, Ca
#9
LMAO Marty, that couldn't be put any better. That being said, I did buy a girls bike today. We will see how long it last.
I know, I felt the same way.
Ladies bikes are like a Coconut Cream Pie.
Looks good, tastes good, I want it, but my better judgement says, naw!
No room for such a delight of gluttony.
 

Freqman1

Riding a '37 Dayton Super Streamline
Jul 14, 2009
17,421
20,324
Evans, GA
#10
I've had a few of these. There seems to be a lot of variety in the details of these bikes such as the "ELGIN" being embossed or decal, pedals, seats, stems, hubs, tanks, and even headlight set-ups. My maroon and white bike is largely original with the exception of the headlight bar and one bezel having been replaced at some time. All original MAs I've seen have painted wheels. The red bike shown here does have a tank just not shown in the pic (this bike was sold). This was a promotional model and a cross between a true MA and a Four Star. From what I understand this promotional model was solid dark blue with white pins and not two-toned like a true MA. V/r Shawn

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