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Let's see your Hiawatha bikes

Discussion in 'SHOW ME YOUR...' started by 1918 Ranger, Apr 18, 2012.

  1. pedals

    pedals

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    Fully clean, no paint gonna do my super wide fenders the same.[​IMG]
     
  2. white_cross

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    I think I have the exact same frame as you do you know any more about this bike, like year or time period and name of bike?
     
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  3. ndaway

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    Never really researched but the guy I bought it from said it was a 1949 Hufman built
     
  4. white_cross

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    Thank you for the info.
     
  5. Pedal_junky

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    '38 Shelby built Hiawatha. Frameset from Nick and Darcy. 20150324_112639.jpg 20150324_102305.jpg 20150324_101934.jpg
     
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  6. SILVERKINGPC

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    A coupla more pics of the Shelby Hiawatha (prev.pg.)
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  7. pedals

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    Any idea what year this is? It looks identical to mine and I was told pre-war. Just didn't figure out year yet.
     
  8. SILVERKINGPC

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    Ya know, I have never looked up the serial number. A buddy in Idaho sold it to me for $100. I believe it is pre-war from the original saddle and Torrington pedals. This pic is how it looked right after I bought it with a slightly bent chainstay. Score!
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    Mine is on previous page in condition that I got it. It's definitely my favorite curvy cruiser
     
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  10. white_cross

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    Here is mine:
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  11. irideiam

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    Here's a custom 1948 I did and just sold, but it's staying in the family in our local Rusty Riders vintage riding group....
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  12. eparsons

    eparsons They say I gotta go to rehab and I say NO NO NO

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    Picked this one up today for our.. She is 10 and loves riding bikes but especially her vintage ones.. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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  13. eparsons

    eparsons They say I gotta go to rehab and I say NO NO NO

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    Should say our daughter...

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