Here’s a couple when I picked it up last summer. Went to Welcome, NC and brought it back to Ohio. One family owned since new and the fella I bought it from was a poker playing buddy of Richard Childress. Since we where only a quarter mile away from his race shop we had to stop and visit the museum.How about a pic of the truck
wowserAttended an enormous auction yesterday, antique autos, motorcycles and bicycles, most of which was TOC to 1920’s. The amount of antique motorcycles, engine and parts alone took up an acre. Cars included an Auburn, Phaeton, so much rare stuff, I was so blown away I forgot to take pics!!
Anyway, we bought all the bicyles. 16 or so, and only one wasn't prewar. Got a TOC tandem (no badge), a Racycle, an Imperial, a wood wheel Mead Ranger, and many cool frames and parts. Nice deluxe and complete girls Colson that would look real nice after an OA bath.
Bought some TOC/ teens seats,
including a tiny childs Troxel, and a Yale Motorcycle seat, which goes to the...1914 Yale frame and fork that Nick bought. $$$$$.
The online bidders were cut off during the bidding of the Yale, the weather was pouring rain....so guess he was meant to have it as bidding went to exactly the amount he had set aside for it...maybe his Great Grandpa was helping out...he had a 1914 Yale too
Fyi some will be for sale, we bought the 2 lots and only needed some parts.
MAN...$uicide $hifter!!!Probably my best week ever. Went to a estate auction and got a elgin oriole and a girls elgins with a 2 speed mussleman suicide shifter, a 50’s craftsman toolbox, ford pickup model, and then found this practically brand new huffy mountain bikein the trash. The 2 speed has already found a great home on the cabe too!