Discussion in 'BIKE I.D. & VALUATION QUESTIONS' started by Brian macumber, Sep 3, 2018.
Was told this was a huffy by a the guy I buy parts from but not sure any ideas?
Looks like walmart junk.
I agree with "Falstaff " it's a huffy .
Not an American Huffy, but looks like a good frame.
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?
Thinking it might be a fenix like the 20inch I have because the drop outs are the same.
Maybe a Sante Fe?? Looks like you could build it easily into something.
Yeah gonna build it for something to just ride and not worry about it getting scratched or whatever.
Huffy Cranbrook. $89 new & complete at wallyworld. Basic build off fodder.
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
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:
Thanks for the info guys.
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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