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1950s Murray built Firestone Cruiser Ballooner Bike

11th March 1950 (No Comments)

1950s Murray built Firestone Cruiser Ballooner Bike

This is an Early 1950s, Post War, Antique, Firestone Cruiser Ballooner Bicycle. This Bicycle was built By Murray of Ohio MFG. Co. for the Firestone Tire Stores. Murray was Responsible for Making Highly Unique, Pre-War, Mercury and some Elgin Bicycles and also Post War J.C. Higgins Bicycles. This is a Cool, Unique, Antique Bicycle that’s Rebuilt and Ready to Roll and Be Enjoyed.

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1950s Western Flyer Murray built Ballooner Bike

11th March 1950 (No Comments)

1950s Western Flyer Murray built Ballooner Bike

This is a Late,1940s, Post War, Antique, Western Flyer Ballooner Bicycle that was built By Murray of Ohio MFG. Co. for the Western Auto Tire Stores. Murray was Responsible for making Highly Unique, Pre-War, Mercury and some Elgin Bicycles and also Post War J.C. Higgins Bicycles.

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1950s Ladies Hiawatha CWC Balloon Tire Bike

11th March 1950 (No Comments)

1950s Ladies Hiawatha CWC Balloon Tire Bike

Hello Tangerine Cruiser! This is a 1950s, Ladies, Hiawatha, CWC Balloon Tire Bicycle. This Hiawatha was Manufactured by Cleveland Welding Mfg. for the Gambles Department Stores.

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1950s CWC Made Trail Blazer Ballooner Bike

11th March 1950 (No Comments)

1950s CWC Made Trail Blazer Ballooner Bike

This is an Antique, 1950s, Trail Blazer, Balloon Tire Bicycle with a Rare, 2 Speed, Trigger Shift Bendix Hub. This Trail Blazer was Manufactured by Cleveland Welding Mfg.

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1950 Shelby Donald Duck Bike – Susan’s Memories Keeny’s Bike

10th March 1950 (No Comments)

1950 Shelby Donald Duck Bike – Susan’s Memories Keeny’s Bike

Quack! Quack! In the 1950s, the Donald Duck Bicycle was The Status Symbol of choice by my Elementary Grade School Friends. We all read Donald Duck Comics and Disney was the Mega Hit it is now. I didn’t have a Donald Duck Bicycle, but I had the Next Best Thing; a Cousin who’s Father Indulged him for Whatever he Wanted. My cousin Buck was the First in our School to have the bicycle and I got to go to his house anytime I wanted. Now, of course, I became very Popular with Other Girls who now wanted to Play with me and urge me to take them to Buck ’s house for a ride. I did take my best friend Judy and she was the happy recipient of a ride on the handle bars of the Donald Duck Bicycle. I think those rides were construed as a boyfriend/girlfriend relationship. She rode and rode, while I was begging for a turn and watched them from the yard. I never did get to actually pedal it on my own, but I did feel a touch of greatness.

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