Huffy?

Discussion in 'BIKE I.D. & VALUATION QUESTIONS' started by Brian macumber, Sep 3, 2018.

  1. Brian macumber

    Brian macumber

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    Was told this was a huffy by a the guy I buy parts from but not sure any ideas? 20180903_195914.jpg 20180903_195928.jpg 20180903_200028.jpg
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  2. Falstaff

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    Looks like walmart junk.
     
  3. A.S.BOLTNUT

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    I agree with "Falstaff " it's a huffy .
     
  4. Wildcat

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    Not an American Huffy, but looks like a good frame.
     
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  5. RustyGold

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    The chainring looks the same as 80s/90s LW star cruiser, Jamis earth and boss cruisers, Diamondback cruisers, etc...so, I assume it is from the same Taiwan company that made those...but, the big tubes would probably indicate later manufacture. 00's?

    Jason
     
  6. Brian macumber

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    Thinking it might be a fenix like the 20inch I have because the drop outs are the same.
     
  7. rrtbike

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    Maybe a Sante Fe?? Looks like you could build it easily into something.
     
  8. Brian macumber

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    Yeah gonna build it for something to just ride and not worry about it getting scratched or whatever.
     
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  9. rickpaulos

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    Huffy Cranbrook. $89 new & complete at wallyworld. Basic build off fodder.
     
  10. Brian macumber

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    That's what I was thinking at first but I have a Cranbrook chaingaurd and it's to short to reach the mount by the dropouts and dropouts are different
     
  11. rickpaulos

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    wally has been selling cranbrooks for 15+ years. They do change. We've had quite a few a the local coop and I've yet to see two the same. Probably made in multiple factories. As mentioned above, It could be a Sante Fe. Same basic bike but with chrome fenders. Low end carbon steel sheet metal frames. Good for cutting and welding projects. I've seen a number with motor kits installed on them (and no decent brakes).

    Here is one I helped my wife decorate:
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  12. Brian macumber

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    Thanks for the info guys.:thumbsup:
     
  13. Dr. Tankenstein

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    I built this from a Santa Fe, then moved all the ‘good’ stuff onto a vintage framesets, once I had the opportunity.
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