1939 Westfield Rambler

This 1939 Rambler was made by the Westfield Manufacturing Company (aka, Columbia). It features a clock and speedometer in the “dashboard” that is mounted to the goose neck. To light the way, it is equipped with a Delta Horn-Lite, combination horn and headlight. The nice original paint and chrome make this bike an exceptional example.

It’s brand name “Rambler” should not be confused with the Gormully & Jeffery Rambler from the 1890’s. G&J (and the Rambler name) was bought out by the Pope Mfg. Co, (who later changed their name to Westfield Mfg. Co.). They continued using the Rambler name into the 1960’s.


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