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    Posted 11 years ago

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    My boyfriend brought this home a couple of years ago and it's been just sitting ever since. I've been trying to do reseach on the internet about it but all I can come up with is that it was possibly made in Ohio between 1930 - 1960 . It is missing a seat , and the tires are are cracked and flat , a little rusty but other than a very cool green bicycle and I love the color . On the chain guard the name Hiawatha is on it and there is a metal plate with a picture of a indian with a headdress on on the front of the frame. I'm at a loss cause I do not know when it was made but very interesting to look at.

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    1. Belknap Belknap, 11 years ago
      looks to be from the early 50s, im almost positive it was made by columbia for hiawatha, its not worth but maybe 150 dollars in its condition but if restored could be worth up to 600 or so
    2. softnsimple, 10 years ago
      Thank you for the information..I'm looking to restore it at some point :)

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