Help me ID this 26” frame and fork

Discussion in 'BIKE I.D. & VALUATION QUESTIONS' started by martimagico, Sep 2, 2019.

  1. martimagico

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    CCC53034-306F-495E-9C1D-9E4C42602718.jpeg 2EACB2C8-2102-42C4-87B8-71350FC3A5A6.jpeg 5A935B2C-8E59-4E7A-AE49-5AEC93760A80.jpeg E1A3C0FC-6B76-499F-9D3B-8C22EC2A1C40.jpeg D7A4B74B-7D07-419D-8776-476208BBAD95.jpeg B12CAAB8-CDD5-46DC-8A97-A49B9F08105B.jpeg 3B5C5F94-8519-464B-B39D-C5003D078B9C.jpeg the seatpost is threaded no bolt, I can’t make out the numbers in the serial, but there are a few markings. Any ideas on the maker?, model? Year?
     
  2. martimagico

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    Anybody?
     
  3. RustyGold

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    Stumped.

    edit...I think it may be a 28" frame.
     
  4. martimagico

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    Possibly, still lots of room.
     
  5. RustySprockets

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    The frame looks old...maybe a pre-war Huffman? Drivetrain is almost certainly cannibalized from a mid-'60s AMF Roadmaster.
     
  6. Phil Fink

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    Snyder built.
    The visible side holes for the badge indicate HP Snyder or Westfield or others. The seat post cluster is not Westfield, and Snyder did experiment on them in the middle 1930’s. Snyder also used serial stamps from late in the alphabet. The bottom bracket is the best clue to the Snyder build; barely visible are the unique joints.
    It is a motobike model.
     
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