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    Default For Sale

    Hello everyone,
    since I posted this project, I've found that tough times call for thinning the herd. It is still as pictured, with the addition of a Whizzer drop stand the original solid chrome Elgin sprocket, correct for the bike. I have period front motorcycle sealed beam clamp on headlamp, and a lighted, jeweled tail lamp, neither are mounted but included. I'd like to get $800. You couldn't gather these parts and build your own for this, so I'll save you the trouble. It's located in OC, CA. Local pickup is encouraged, and shipping is available if it comes to it. Shipping is on your dime, of course.

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    Default whizzer bluebird

    Are those the original fenders on that bike??
    Geo.

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    They are correct for the period but I'm not 100% sure what they came off of. They are the sturdiest ones I could find while putting it together. They are built almost more like motorcycle fenders than bicycle fenders.

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    Hey Buzzbomb....is she still available? I might have someone for you.

    Wayne

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    Yes, she's just hibernating under a cover in the garage.
    As a side note, the Bluebird frame has not been altered with dimples or welding or holes drilled, so if you wanted to restore it as an original bike, and transfer all the whizzer stuff onto another frame, it's a good candidate. I even have that "another frame" for ya...

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    I'm pretty sure we'll take that....just waiting to hear back from my friend.

    Do you have an email we can communicate via? Can you email me at maxglide1@gmail.com?

    Wayne
    Last edited by MaxGlide; 04-06-2012 at 10:30 AM. Reason: add info

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    I am also interested if max doesn't end up getting it.


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