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CYCLE TRUCK (POST PHOTOS)

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  1. Walker

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    If you can believe it, the wheels still turn.
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    Hi Walker :!:

    That's nice :!:

    :?: $$
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    Here is an updated foto me and the wife's trucks
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    new bars and seat for the wife.
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    looking good :D
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    Gotta love these old heavyweights! They are like a disease... one is too many, and a dozen (or more) aren't enough!
    Here are the presently rideable ones that live with us:
    '67:
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    '65:
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    '63: (originally built by Pedro Colon, modified slightly by me)
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    '50: (Came from Chicago Area)
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    '40: (20" Frame model - presently being re-assembled, getting a new signplate, a black front fender, different wheels and tires, and a proper basket)
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    There are more sitting around too. Presently awaiting some parts to come back is a '52 that is going to be black, and others are a '39, two '48's, a '54, a '57, a 60, and a '66. It is not positive at this time if they will all come to life, but for sure there will be at least 9 complete ones before I'm done. The worst part of this? Storage of completed ones! It takes as much room for 4 of these as it does for a dozen conventional bikes!
    (I have photos to prove that.. :roll: )

    Loads of fun, and a lot of work yet to be done.
    Rat Royale
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    I like that look FlyingDingo, it's got that freighter look too it. By seeing it in the snow and all it would look good with a couple of Canada Geese and a shot gun

    Graylock.
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    This bike is not mine...I found the picture on the internet. I have a full-time job, but I have a home-based business called Planet of the Tee Shirts. I screenprint part-time in my garage. I want in the worst way to get my hands on a truck bike to advertise my business. I can picture one now with a Hanes or Fruit of the Loom 6 dozen box up front, me cruising around giving away tee shirts with my logo.

    Does anyone have a truck bike to spare?

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    I thought that trash can was the front boxy thingy.
  12. Walker

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    It's getting deeper....

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    Nice pic.Walker

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    My home made cycle truck from a past build off.
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    My Girlfriends Electra.

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  16. Walker

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    What a great idea for mounting a front cargo platform. I'll be using that one day!
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    cycle truck show this sunday in Arecibo Puerto Rico
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    Grocery Getter ... WWII era Roadmaster Cycle Truck ... CWC


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    Nice !

    Great Patina , LOVE IT :wink:



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