Could also be a Wald...they usually have two drive pin holes opposite each other where as the Huffman/Huffy have one.I think that's a50's Huffy chain wheel
Ah...I think I see it now. Westfield seat mast pierces the top tube where Snyder seat stay terminates at seat mast....but the way the seat post tube passes through the top tube are quite distinctive traits, 100% certain the main frame is Westfield.
A good deal at forty bucks. To get it original will take a whole lot of time and money, if you find what exact model it is. It is made up of different parts which work together but aren't original. The cranks and at least one of the wheels isn't original. The fork may have been changed out to, but it fits the bike well. The chainguard is a replacement. The only thing original may be the frame. Sounds like a lot of problems but not actually.I pick up the bike tomorrow, id like to restore to original once I figure out what that is and ride it. I'm not sure where to begin as this is my first vintage bike
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