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I thought I was the only one that noticed.
Um...Last time I checked it is 2016, I would be upset as well. I'm tired of these "Web Businesses" fronting themselves as a real business when they have no Skin In The Game, meaning actually stocking product and are nothing more than a drop shipper.
Chilly, that is "020" right?
Thanks again Deez, I went and took a quick look, and does appear I can search By "Sears" under Brand, and "Allstate" under Model. Not quite as focused as I would have liked, but I can als narrow to active on forum within last 6 months.I may come up with a PM I can copy paste to them as I have time.
Thanks Rick the more we have the greater chance we have of solving the Riddle.
What is a bummer is that I had a set of original tires on my 1962 Sears Allstate, 814 miles on them (and bike) so they weren't worn out,Always garaged so in moderate temps so dry rot wasn't "significant" lol and considering they are tubed tires on a low speed vehicle I wasn't initially worried as I was sorting issues and putting back on the rode.What did the tires in was n
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Thanks Jeremy, I'd be most interested in the one that still has the plate. My main goal is to try and correlate the various Model Numbers with a series an Order of Serial Numbers.
I wish we had more Serial #'s with Model #'s to input.If you have not submitted I would appreciate if you would.
No great revalations yet just confusion, was starting to see a pattern until DeooZy's 001 and XTAL &'s 020 messed that up...
Yea kinda low res pic, but since I was posting for the HL Tube thought I throw the question out there.
Did you Notice in Accessory #2 Crash Bar...."Required by law in Arkansas"Maybe another hint of "State Approved" Model numbers? I rally didn't realize they cared that much back in late 50's early 60's...hell cars didn't even need seat belts until 1968...
Now you say you have seen 2...What is the thing on the right side of engine (Green Arrow) ?
Holy crap ...My head is spinning...Here is the Headlight Wiring Tube I referred to,I gotta figure out how to wrap my head around this info...
Steam Power Conversion???WTH?http://www.ebay.com/itm/331912167075?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
Deezy, the eBay one (050 model) that is about to end in 5 hours as of this post (and only at $82..Wow)...http://www.ebay.com/itm/152171464265?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AITEarly Shocks or Later Shocks missing the Top Finishing Pieces?Does the Tool Cover look Cream vs Chrome to you? every one I have seen has been chrome but looks like original Cream colored to my old
DeeZy, you are right I was really hoping that th e stamped Frame numbers would follow logic of earliest production/ Earliest FameNumbers and then indicate a range of serial numbers for each model and thus model sequence. .....But I am starting to believe your thoughts of some other Model # motivation State Approved or ????I am thinking your keen eye for some of the Parts differences may be necessa
Looking forward to adding your Hoard...lol
Thanks Ken yours are added,Just to confirm # 660115 is model # 810.94"2"50 not 810.94"0"50 ?Are They Both Red & Cream Colored?What has your understanding of the years for each been?
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After starting the "Calling All Allstate Mopeds" Thread It became quickly evident there is little information available on the Model Number Sequence, Information and their applicable years.Going under the assumption that the frame numbers were stamped in sequential order, I thought it might shed some light if we were to begin to correlate some of this information.I have started a spreads
I have a sneaking suspicion that faded memories & mis-infomed sellers and buyers along with some cannibalizing of newer/older parts along the way have clouded the information and model # / Year issue.Probably a dash of "Build em with the parts on hand" by Puch has further clouded the issue. and who knows how long different Sear & Roebucks stores turned their stock of peds. A
You might check with your local Autozone (If you have one) they loan pullers for free, You may find they have a suitable puller.
Their purpose is to adjust tension on the chain and align the wheel.
So after over 20 years and she has a couple more miles on her. Yes"Her" because I have named her Darlene after my Mom who bought her back in '62 after saving my Dad's Pocket change and coins she dropped in the handle of the Kirby vacuum as she vacuumed.I have a few minor things to sort including some minor leaks in the fuel line. I want to gather potential replacement parts bef
Wow, it appears you are doing a top notch job on it. I had to chuckle a little with your rationale on popping for the WW Tires....I have had $ burning in my PayPal pocket too... never mind that I could have had it transferred back to my bank account :)
When I have changed oil seals on other bikes the channel and spring wer facing the Wet/Pressure/Oil side.
Wow somebody got a deal on June 6th ....2 Mopeds, a Deluxe and a Standard for $850.http://www.ebay.com/itm/Pair-Of-Vintage-Mopeds-1957-/191886852773?hash=item2cad5902a5%3Ag%3AIUcAAOSwMNxXT53x&nma=true&si=pewIbulbve3UNcJyMQGDiPeWC4c%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557