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bloo

Look Ma, No Hands!
Jul 31, 2020
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Washington State
This is the bike that got me hooked on balloon tire bikes in the first place, at a time that I couldn't even touch the ground with my feet..... The badge is missing. I have always wondered what it is. Have you seen one of these, and if so, what badge did it have? Probably rectangular from the look of the paint. I meant to get a picture of the frame tails but didn't. They are like prewar Schwinn, facing rearward with an adjusting screw.

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Archie Sturmer

I live for the CABE
Jun 13, 2018
1,641
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Post war “fits sooner” safety frame; a design used from the late 1940’s to the late 1950’s. The “3H” (Huffman) serial number prefix indicates a 1953 year for the juvenile bicycle.
May have worn a “Huffy” badge.
 
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