I picked this at the Ann Arbor swap. Complete except missing crank, sprocket, chain seat post and seat, but came with decent newer wheels and tires that I believe came from a 70's Murray. Gonna be a hodgepodge of vintage and newer parts. Aim is to build a comfortable cruiser that will attract attention. Frame has been described as a "Scimitar", I believe this bike is pre-war, mfg. in 1932. Fun facts: Scimitar was used in the middle ages by a Saracen. It originated in the Middle East and has a distinctive curved blade designed for slicing enemies from horseback. The blade is single-edged and curved ending with a sharp point. The blades were ranged from 30 to 36 inches in length. The blade had two styles, such as narrowly curved and deeply curved. This medieval weapon could inflict serious injury to a knight in armor. Due to their relatively light weight, scimitars were commonly used in horse warfare. It was an ideal weapon for slashing opponents while riding on a horse. Mongols, Rajputs and Sikhs used scimitars in battles. Fork bent back into shape. Tires and tubes look sound, once I got them apart and dried out as they had water in them! Stripped black paint off, which left orange, under that is black and under that is original red paint! At least all that paint protected the fasteners, as everything unbolts easily.