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bicycle frame identification serial number B90414 G

Old 05-16-15, 08:00 PM
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bicycle frame identification serial number B90414 G

have old bike. # on bottom of frame is B90414 G. any chance to id with that #. Thank U. I understand bike is a combination of many different frames, parts. recognize any of it?
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Originally Posted by bikeid1 View Post
have old bike. # on bottom of frame is B90414 G. any chance to id with that #. Thank U.
No real chance. If you don't have a brand name from a head-badge or an engraving in the frame itself, we need pictures of the bike to see if we can determine a maker. Then SOME makers/fans have posted serial number lists by brand.
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Originally Posted by wrk101 View Post
No. Its not like there is some master list of serial numbers out there. In addition, a lot of brands never made bikes, they just had others build bikes for them, and then put their labels on it.

Spend less time looking at the serial number, and more time looking at construction details.
Exactly. And boy are there a lot of details to look at on this heavily modified creation. Frame is likely not Schwinn due to lack of fillet brazing.
Maybe we could get a date of manufacture off one of the ammo cans and work backward from there? Sheesh. Even the seat cluster is gone!
If that is a genuine "Whizzer" engine you may have something valuable, likely the only valuable thing on this military-themed-wannabe.
And IF it is a Huffy-made bike it MIGHT be a 1959, but without knowing if it is a Huffy I can't say for sure.

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