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Jay81

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Apr 26, 2015
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Roseville MI
#1
Believe this to be from the 1920s, but would like to nail down an exact year if possible. It's a Rambler, and I see what appears to say Pope on whats left of the seat tube decal.
I'm assuming Westfield built.
Serial number appears to be L12935.
2 piece crank.

Didn't like the location of the battery tube, so after taking the pics, I ended up relocating it to the middle bar, below the tank.

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Jay81

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Apr 26, 2015
2,765
3,794
Roseville MI
#6
@MrColumbia what are your thoughts as to manufacturer, I believe either Pope or Westfield, and the year it was built?
I think I remember reading that Westfield bought out Pope, but I can't remember when. Seems it was around or just after the turn of the century.
 

Archie Sturmer

Finally riding a big boys bike
Jun 13, 2018
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Los Angeles, CA, USA
#7
Col. Pope lived until 1909, the company went through various bankruptcy and re-orgs. Westfield was a successor company. If you have a 1920 date, then it would probably be a Westfield, perhaps with a Pope decal. Westfield even had a “Pope” model bike.
 
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