I am sitting here designing a very expensive pool for a client in Miami and just thought, the Whizzer Cycle Truck has been in the garage for just a little over a year. Well here is an update. Its buried in the garage right now. Chrome just came back from Proctors in Michigan and looks great. (only 3 pieces of chrome, gooseneck, crank and sprocket). I am now researching who will rebuild (if needed) and detail the engine. I am leaning towards Richard Nelson Helmutt, no one else replied to the post on the Whizzer page and Quinton only rebuilds and not detail the engine and carb. Never heard of Richard Helmutt? Search Helmutt Whizzer XCELSIOR. He builds some wild bitchin stuff. He promises to build mine stock and back to original. I still have to get a piece of plywood for under the basket and then send the frame out to be pinched (early frame, these were only made in 1953 and this is a October of 1952 frame) was never pinched from the factory and needs to be for belt clearance. A couple pieces to be powder coated and then all the pieces parts go out to probably Pedro Colon for painting and pin striping. NOS Fenders have been located along with lots of other NOS parts. Pedro is my fellow Cycle Truck Nut along with Roland. Its all their fault! I blame them! I have the 47 Whizzer, and the 43 Cycle Truck, well this is their offspring, 1952/53 Whizzer Cycle Truck / Schwinn Power Cycle. I am going all out on this one and have a phone number for a guy who makes Whizzer Station Wagons that attached to the Whizzer seat post and had 2 wheels. Only about 12 were ever made. Try to find one! That's why they are reproduced. I haven't seen one in person, only pictures. There is one in a museum in Miami, which I met the curator at a cars and coffee function a couple weeks ago. He wants me to come tell him about the bikes his boss has bought and has in the museum. Oh, why no work on the Whizzer? Work, and playing on 7-1/2" gauge ride on trains. I am VP of a 7-1/2" gauge railroad in Fort Lauderdale. I also just finished restoring a Fawn Beverage sign from Elmira NY, 1 of 1 known to exist and it hung on the factory building. The theme for the bike went from REA (Railway Express Agency) to Fawn Beverage. The 2 signs for the sides of the basket are being made now.