RE: [CR]Re: CR Welded again, Huffy Huffman, skilled Bicycle craft


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From: "sam Lingo" <samclingo@hotmail.com>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: RE: [CR]Re: CR Welded again, Huffy Huffman, skilled Bicycle craft
Date: Sun, 18 Jul 2004 21:45:27 +0000



>From: CYCLESTORE@aol.com
>To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
>CC: CYCLESTORE@aol.com
>Subject: [CR]Re: CR Welded again, Huffy Huffman, skilled Bicycle craft
>Date: Sun, 18 Jul 2004 12:36:35 EDT


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> I thought Huffy stated after World War II, 1947 or so. I have no data but
>the 1930s production dates suprise me. Horace was old enough I suppose but he
>would have been a very young man to start a bicycle business like this just
>after the depression butt maybe you know. Perhaps he was a lightweight builder
>that went big time during the boom economy following the WAR.
>

I guess I should follow the good example set by Mr. Kilgariff and give refs to what I say---just lazy I guess. Anyway for the huffman time line http://www.huffybikes.com/heritage/

Also part from the book"Classic American Bicycles" by Pridmore.

In a post by list member Chris I. a few weeks ago he showed an American Light/Weight bike he owns with English brakes. After looking back at the Adds I have on the Co-mo tubed Huffman they to came equiped with English brakes(look to be Philco or monitor but doesn't say)and also english freewheel.My point was that in the bicycle building world there seems to be a lot of shared infomation.

sam lingo pleasanton tx