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Posted 3 years ago


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Here's a little 24 inch Huffy Mainliner that I picked up off a friend. He had gotten it at a sale and gave me a really good price on it. I still need to find a headlight as the one on it was cut off leaving the light assembly attached to the fender. It looks as if it should clean up well, and after I find a few other parts will make a nice bike.


  1. Vontrike Vontrike, 3 years ago
    Thanks much officialfuel, toolate2, and Manikin.
  2. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 3 years ago
    You posed it in front of the coach so you must be fishing for comments on the coach. I'll bite!
  3. Vontrike Vontrike, 3 years ago
    I was talking on a post to AR8Jason, and I mentioned about the hearse that I had been building, but that I would not post it due to it not being real. It was built from an old Amish wagon, so I said that on my next post, it would be in the back ground. Just a Halloween prop. And thanks sugargirl, mustangtony, and blunderbuss2.
  4. Vontrike Vontrike, 3 years ago
    Thanks BELLIN68, and kerry10456. Been kinda slow finding bikes lately, but I have some leads to feed my addiction.
  5. Vontrike Vontrike, 3 years ago
    Thanks spiritinthesky3.
  6. Vontrike Vontrike, 3 years ago
    Thanks everyone for the love. Oldsmobile's are better for sure, but not finding it.
  7. kerry10456 kerry10456, 3 years ago
    Vontrike, here's the link, nothing special :-)
  8. Vontrike Vontrike, 3 years ago
    OK, I did see it and loved it. Still do. Though, it would look better in my garage.
  9. kerry10456 kerry10456, 3 years ago
    Might look pretty good parked along side all your treasures, but the grandchildren would be greatly disappointed in me, LOL
  10. Vontrike Vontrike, 3 years ago
    Thanks chrissylovescats, sanhardin, mtg75, and everyone else for the love.
  11. Vontrike Vontrike, 3 years ago
    Thanks ttomtucker .
  12. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 3 years ago
    I want to see the bloody hearse! Say you found it in a barn. Don't you know when to lie? If you rebuilt the wheels, I want to hear about it. They were a "B" with my cannon & I had advise from really ancient wheelwrights. I learned a lot and curious as to how much you absorbed as it is a technical/art job, but I enjoyed it.
  13. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 3 years ago
    Blunderbuss,around here in dumb old america , amish build these wheels daily ,I can drive 20 minutes and buy any part of that wheel or the whole thing.Just my 2 cents.
  14. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 3 years ago
    lucky you. Re-manufacturing my cannon wheels was quite a job but fun watching & learning part of the art. Would never have believed that there was so much technology involved.
  15. Vontrike Vontrike, 3 years ago
    Yea, a nice used wheel for a Amish buggy goes for 45 bucks here, but I watched a few videos of wheel building and it is very interesting. Your cannon wheels are not so common, and a lot more heavy duty I bet.
  16. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 3 years ago
    And heavy! 57" dia.
  17. Vontrike Vontrike, 3 years ago
    Thanks toracat.
  18. Vontrike Vontrike, 2 years ago
    Thanks again crabbykins.

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