Sunday's Show and Tell ... 10/4/20

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Finally riding a big boys bike
No one else wanted this on Friday night , but I really did , so I put an astronomical proxy bid I thought no one would ever come close to , and no one did . No other bidders so I got this wonderful piece of DELTA’s war time history for $10 . Recorded 117 days before Pearl Harbor August 12 1941 and mailed out a month later , Sept. 12 1941 , I can’t wait to get it to read the entire transcript

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I recently passed up a Delta ship-to-ship, handheld signal light---complete in the military box, It was cheap, should have bought it.
 

rustystone2112

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Does it look like this?

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rustystone2112

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
I just received the transcript & letter . Here’s the complete transcript , not that interesting but in the last pages where the letters from admirers of the broadcast are , there are a few familiar names / authors from the bicycle industry - Seiss, Excelsior, Chicago Cycle Supply, Murray Ohio.

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Euphman06

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Technically this is a next week's find.
Just picked up this Huffman early this morning, sporting a strange serial number.
Has a "5M" prefix...hmmm, anybody?

11 1944 fork stamping.
I'm guessing that makes this a 1945.
I'll call it a 1944-45 Lightning Flyer with an early Cadet speedo.

Cool Military school decal on the fender
RMA (Richmond Military Academy) is what the owner said.

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I was talking to that guy trying to get him to ship it to me but he stopped talking, guess I know why lol. Nice find, col bike.

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jd56

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
I was talking to that guy trying to get him to ship it to me but he stopped talking, guess I know why lol. Nice find, col bike.

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Jim, sorry man...He mentioned someone wanted it shipped but, when I piped in he said come get it. He wanted a local pickup.
After I got more info, like the fork date stamp, I took the 2 hr drive to meet him.

He had some great looking pedal cars and Skippy wagons that he was considering selling, too.



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Euphman06

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Nothing to be sorry about, its a cool bike and at least a caber got it.

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