Those [dam] girls in those big 10 speeds with those big wheels used to beat me every-time in the early 70's, however, at 10 and 11 years old, that muscle bike could carry up to 30 newspapers in the front and rear baskets, including those big Sunday's. Give me a snow plow and I could plow snow with that bike! The bike spent the next almost 50 years in the cellars of houses. I think I remember the bike next to the tree in Dec of 69 or 70. I'm now 58 and getting ready to retire and sell my house. I don't think my next house will have a cellar. (Not sure the wife understands spending dollars on a child's bike.) In the first picture you can see the un-restored bike. It hasn't seen daylight in years. In the next picture you can see the owners manual and what my mother paid for the bike ($94.95) and where the salesman wrote the serial #FF04115 indicating 1970. The question is what do with my bike? Price? I guess the next own will give it new life!