I have a mystery here... It seems to be a WW2 era Huffman, but a few things are "wrong". Brazed frame, and no year stamped into the bottom bracket? Talking with Scott @37fleetwood, he says "Surplus" is the answer, and that this frame is a regular 1938 frame. But the orginal paint is OD green, and many of the correct WW2 era parts on it too... correct seat (with OD green chassis), toolbag, OD green crank, 10 guage spoke wheels with Eclipse front hub, Morrow rear dated M2, with original OD green paint under the blue. And explain that 40-1 style chainguard on a '38 frame? Bracket is mounted specially to fit a straight down-tube... and traces of original OD green are on the guard. Known incorrect stuff... truss rods, chrome sprocket, and possibly the fenders. I could not find any trace of OD green on them. Bike was also found with a 3-rib tank on it, no trace of OD green of course. We suspect that at some point, parts from another Huffman found there way onto this bike. Any input? Ever see a brazed/non stamped frame on a legit WW2 Huffman? Was it built up from Surplus parts?