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That's cool man. I think the paint looks great on the shady side too! You must be stoked. Grease, some pedals, tires, and off you go on a ride. Everyone will stare at the bike while you grin ear to ear...
I haven't stopped smiling all day.. I'll have to wait until I have a day off to really work on it. I had about 20 minutes before work so I cleaned up the bad side a bit...
 
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Here’s mine. 1938 Western Flyer. I disassembled it and soaked everything in evapo-rust. The frame, fork, and fenders are at the powder coater. Still need to send the chrome off. It’s kind of on the back burner right now.


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Here's a Huffman built Western Flyer I did quite a few years back.. I built the front end out of stainless 3/8" tubing.. This frame appears to be the same or similar to some of the radio bikes?
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And a Women's Huffy Mainliner I'm finishing to have a his and hers set...
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1938 Huffman built Western Flyer. Origional frame, fork, rims, and fenders. Bars by Adam Copeland. Truss bars are Electra. Brooks saddle. Tires are Street Hog from Classic Cycle. Sturmey Archer 2 speed kickback rear hub.


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