It's far from what I started with, an early 60's Huffy Daisey Tandem. Also quite different from what I envisioned on the build that never got finished, Harlequin Deuce, which used a 70's Columbia Twosome. But after a frame swap and a new direction, it's went from a hopping clown parade bike, to a modified burrito with a few unusual ingredients. Here's what I started with... I rebuilt it into this over a decade ago. A freaky fast bike with two men on it, but it also flexed from the weight and worked the coaster hard stopping. So after many drawings and discussions here. (the build thread) I had a plan and started cutting and welding. Faux weathered paint and many bits of copper and brass later I now have a bike that makes people smile and is a fun ride. There are a few novelties here, Chain drive steering, an exhaust that is a sound tube for a Bluetooth speaker and a rear bumper spur. She rides nice, at approx 89 gear inches, it's easy to cruise but stout enough that your not pedaling like crazy to get nowhere. Steering gearing is 1 to 1 so it steers feather light without overkill, and the horn works as well. Carl.