"1958 Allstate"

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Member since Aug-4-03 > 185 posts > Jan-25-05, 03:24 PM (EDT)
"1958 Allstate"
LAST EDITED ON Jan-25-05 AT 03:25 PM (EDT)

Awhile back I was asking about split headsets for allstates/ The reason being that mine didnt have a speedo. So Ive taken a pic to show Im not crazy (at least at this moment).
The headset was not bondo'd or modified.
Ive also found out it is a 1958 VA9T Sears Allstate, I guess although there is no "Allstate" Badge.

Smooth as a Ken Doll!


Now you'll sing a song of liberty for blacks and paks and jocks
And they'll take you from this dump you're in, and stick you in a box
Then they'll take you to Cloughprior, and shove you in the ground
But you'll stick your head back out and shout "we'll have another round"

unregistered user > > Jan-25-05, 03:36 PM (EDT)
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That is Bad Ass!

unregistered user > > Jan-25-05, 04:54 PM (EDT)
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That is cool as all hell.

Member since May-26-04 > 929 posts > Jan-25-05, 07:05 PM (EDT)
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Keep it. That is rare.


Member since Jun-3-02 > 7493 posts > Jan-25-05, 09:20 PM (EDT)
4. "RE: 1958 Allstate"
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Seen that before, think it was from an ACMA Vespa though, not an Italian built bike.
I think Josh StJohn in Marin has one of those headsets buried in his parts, or at least did many years ago.

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