Re: [CR]Huffy Question...seriously

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Subject: Re: [CR]Huffy Question...seriously
Date: Sat, 29 Oct 2005 16:16:49 +0000

And if memory serves me right, the chairman or president of Huffy at one time had pretty good taste. He owned an Herse Demontable. He said it was cheaper to buy the Herse than to have his own shop make a similar take apart bike.

Oh shucks - I'm sure it would have turned out fine.....maybe they could've polished up those Ashtabula cranks to give'm that Herse look.

Time to go, starting to feel sick.....

Mike Kone in Boulder CO

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> In a message dated 10/29/2005 2:29:49 AM Eastern Daylight Time,

\r?\n> writes:


\r?\n> << If anyone knows anything about Huffy, could you contact me off list?

\r?\n> It's regarding an "on-topic" bike as far as I can tell, but I am

\r?\n> trying to figure out the year of a new cruiser in the family. >>


\r?\n> Huffy actually had it's name on a lot of on-topic bikes..


\r?\n> The first to come to mind were the Carlton made bikes that were imported by

\r?\n> Huffy in the late 1950s and 60s.


\r?\n> Ditto for the pressed steel frame Moulton small wheeled bikes in the 60s.


\r?\n> Then Huffy's lugged frame Mike Melton made bikes in the early 1980s would be

\r?\n> in the time frame or KOF.


\r?\n> BUT, a "cruiser" (which normally implies fat tires and not being

\r?\n> "lightweight") would not be On topic.


\r?\n> Dale



\r?\n> Dale Brown

\r?\n> Greensboro, NC USA