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Old 04-07-2021, 02:54 PM
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What year did cars start to use wheelie bars?
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I'm not sure when they started using wheelie bars. I was looking at the CKC team car in the other lane and noticed it looks like one of the Bill Thomas made fastback Novas.
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Early 60's as even Wham-O had 'em for kid's bikes by '66...
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