Picked-up a couple of Whizzers recently that were delivered over the weekend. I was told that these bikes were kept in a basement for the last 40 plus years. One is this 1940’s Roadmaster Cycle Truck I had posted earlier with the F series motor and the other I was told is a 1951Whizzer Special. According to the information available on-line, all 1951 Specials were supposedly painted red with ivory trim but this bike is blue with ivory trim and it looks to me to be the original paint. This bike has a 700 series motor (it might have come with a 300 series originally) and several other rare accessories such as a windshield, Whizzer scripted leather saddle bags, light kit, Whizzer speedometer, Schwinn front brake, Whizzer 5” rear brake, Whizzer scripted seat and a Bi-matic transmission. The bike also has the welded on engine mounts which I found were also unique to the 51 model year. The serial number is G141118 which according to the Schwinn date code website would have been manufactured in June of 1950. Could this be a rare Whizzer Special ordered by someone that wanted a blue bike instead of a red one? Also, on the Cycle truck I stripped a little of the green paint off and it appears the original paint underneath was blue with white trim. Not sure if I’ll be able to salvage it but it’s worth a try as I’d like to keep it original if possible. The serial number on this bike is D25845 which at this point I haven’t been able to narrow down the year. Maybe someone more knowledgeable about Roadmaster Cycle trucks could help. Thanks in advance.