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Old 12-07-17, 02:40 PM   #1
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Yellow Huffy

Hello, we are still trying to figure out some years of some bikes. We have this Huffy 27 1 1/4 but since seems nobody put so much attention we werent able to find the year therefor the cost.
Anyone that know about the brand/model?
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Old 12-07-17, 02:46 PM   #2
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!970s or 1980s.
Worth about $20
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Old 12-07-17, 02:51 PM   #3
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I'm pretty sure the bike in question is from 74/75 it is a low end setup through in slightly rough shape so not a lot of value about $50-75 if everything works good and it's ready to ride. It looks to have been fixed up a bit with and made ready to ride which gives it some value if it wasn't in riding shape it would have almost no value.
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yeah, it was only the frame and was restore to be left riding. Thanks for the data
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I assembled dozens of yellow Huffy Scouts in 1973-4 at a Treasure Island store (subsidiary of JCPenney) in Brown Deer, WI (northern suburb of Milwaukee.) It was my first job working with bicycles after I did some learning with my Peugeot UO-8, my friend's Schauff and my brother's Chicago Schwinn - all 10-speeds from the bike boom of the early 1970s. I went on to work in three "real" bike shops in the ensuing 16 years, before returning to college and embarking on my "real" career as a teacher.
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