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#1
I found your site testing Google to see if my old bike forum would be found, I've been working on it.
here are a few photos of some of my rides. (there are more)

1937 Firestone Fleetwood Supreme
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1942 Firestone Pilot
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1941 Dayton Top Flite
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Godzilla (customized)
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Subterfuge (custom Schwinn Speedster)
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1936 Firestone Fleetwood Standard
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1944 Dayton
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looks like a fun site! anyone interested in my site can find it here.
http://classicbicycles.comuv.com/phpBB3/index.php

I also would be interested in adding a link to your forum here on my link page if that's ok.
Scott
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#2
Nice looking bicycle for sure that takes me back when I was young not that I am that old we did have some bicycles like that when I was a little boy.
My dad always told me a Sledge a matic can fix any thing.
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#3
Wow you got me beat on older. My oldest is a 1953. Some very nice bikes.
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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#4
Wow, those ARE classic bikes
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#5
WOW is right way cool bikes
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