This top end Elgin Model evolved out of the 1930's Elgin Bluebird. Elgin was Sears brand of bikes before WWII. The significant design feature is the seatmastless frame with the present frame utilizing two contiguous pieces of tubing starting at the head tube curving back to the seat, rear axle, bottom bracket, returning the head tube. A decorative die-cast shroud surrounds the head tube and contains a headlight, the headlight switch, a horn button, and a speedometer that uses a revolving drum for the speed, the aerodynamic pedals, a deluxe pointed chain guard, aluminum fenders, and a streamlined rear rack that contains a battery pod for the horn and light. All original bike.