Found this one was on CL Madison. It is a 1965/66ish twin top tube Hiawatha middleweight, or much of the bike began life that way. I needed the front wheel but found use for the handle bars as the chrome is much better on this bike than on the one that I have. The chain looks almost new and that's good. The crown jewel of my buy is the tank and headlamp assembly. No cracks in the plastic and the lens is still good, one does not often find that. The tank, under where the h/l assembly goes, still sports it's original candied red color, so making a good paint match it now possible. Inside, I will have to replace the light wiring and fabricate some of the switch parts, but the basics are still there. And I now notice on the the tank stripe that there is a thin gold color outline. Yup, it has been stripped down and "boogerized". The crank has been replaced with one like on my 1973 AMF Roadmaster Skyrider. The rear hub and brake is not a Bendix. The chain guard is some weird replacement chrome one. The saddle is not original, but definitely more comfortable. Like I write, good for the parts I need to finish my other Hiawatha. The frame serial number reads WG3 .. 807C 407880. Check out the pics.