Here's a thread on the acquisition and rehabilitation of a U-Haul cruiser.
I saw the UHAUL stamping on the BB, the Made in Taiwan gold decal, and the FBC stamp on the rear dropout. With a little research and help from forum members it was determined that its an early to mid 80's Taiwanese built bicycle specifically for UHAUL.
Evidently U-Haul had special made bicycles to rent.
Since they were "Not To Be Sold" one might wonder how they wound up in the wild.
Another thread with informative pictures.
FBC is Fit bicycle company, 1990’s pre China made in Taiwan.
In the early 1980's U-Haul ordered X amount of these bikes from FBC (not Fit Bike Co) so they could be used as rentals. They are stamped UHAUL on bottom bracket and FBC on rear dropout. There are only 3 known survivors in the USA currently out of 4 that have surfaced in the last decade. When it was new the bike was originally equipped with a Shimano 333 3-speed hub, bear trap style pedals, MX caliper brakes, 7X rims, Snakebelly tires, chrome cruiser bars, and a Persons spring seat like the one on Pee Wee Herman's bike.
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