that is a wonderful find! inspiring! those finds are still out there! the resale value is only a small fraction of the joy of bringing these rare gems to light. and to the proper forum where they are respected and admired for what they are. i would like to know what you finally decide to do with it. you have a resposibility on your hands that you probably didn't think you were gonna have! good luck! you should show it off at the wheelman site as well!
I love the pictures! museum quality find! Restoration would scare me! there is some irreversible damage that can happen if care and a lot of research is not done. please take your time and have patience. hope to follow this expedition with you. please keep sharing.
Now that is some bike alrighty. Super old thread but must comment! The pivoting rear stabilizer wheel seems to be designed to follow the path of the rear wheel when turning, otherwise the turning movement would be hung up by the back wheel sliding sideways or "scrubbing" ? The seat pillar being looks to be incredibly adjustable for any rider, large or small. Crazy man..fantastic tricycle!