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Identifying my old Tandem
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I have recently acquired a vintage tandem, & my research to date indicates that it is Sun model dating to around 1940.

The frame has been stripped & powder coated so bears no identifiable decals, however the style & lug work is excellent.

I attach a few photos, & can state that the frame has a part number stamped on the rear off side fork. 821S1IMG_1742.JPGIMG_1744.JPGIMG_1745.JPGIMG_1746.JPGIMG_1749.JPG

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