Just to be clear, what Freqman1 means to say is that this bike does not meet his tastes. There is value in this bike just not enough to raise his eyebrow, but he will continue to express his distaste in others peasantry. 🧐
I think he continues to comment on posts like this, involving the words rare or scarce, to knock down any gold digger claims that may falsely inflate price. To that I suggest providing a proper assessment instead of just scoffing at everything, or don't comment at all. I'm not the only one tired of seeing it.
I'd value the bike at $250-300 if I were going to sell it, mostly because it appears complete.
The downsides that keep this bike in that price range are: it's a 1960 bike and it's a middleweight frame. Everyone into this style of tank bike, wants balloon tires from the 50s. While that frame may take balloon tires, the last Huffy frame I had like that, the balloon tires rubbed the fenders too hard to even roll and this bike would not look right without fenders.
The upsides: the rear rack and chain guard are Monark made leftovers(and the only uniquely Monark parts on the bike besides the decals and badge). If parted out, those would fit it's Monark made balloon tire counterparts. The Huffy tank would be of interest to those with similar era Huffy frames, just minus the Monark decal(that I would let them remove).
It may take longer to sell this bike as a whole, but I'd rather keep it together as is, just because it's a company takeover/mashup oddity and in good condition that could be made quite sharp with a detail job.
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