FOR SALE:   1936 MONARK SILVER KING FOR SALE posted by: 1936 MONARK SILVER KING on 2/7/2005 at 9:06:41 PM
HI I'M SELLING MY 1936 MONARK SILVER KING ON EBAY
ID# 6510141735
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BALLOON:   Hawthorne, Mens,26" balloon, posted by: Rene on 2/7/2005 at 4:49:43 AM
I just purchased an old vintage Hawthorne basket case on ebay. It needs a ton of work. I am looking for original style rims to fit this bike. Seller states that it is at least 60-80 yrs. old. It looks it! How much should I plan on spending to do a comprehensive restoration on this bicycle? Will it be worth it in the end? Do you know where I can get appropriate photos to use as guides? Who is a good vendor to source parts from?
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   RE:BALLOON:   Hawthorne, Mens,26 posted by Gordon on 2/7/2005 at 7:01:46 PM
If you can email me a photo or post a photo here, I may be able to help determine the year. I may also have some parts available for the bike. If you do the resto work yourself you can keep the cost to a minimum - hiring it out can be spendy. If you are fixing up the bike as an investment, it probably won't be worth it unless it is an exceptional Hawthorne like a Zep.
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   RE:RE:BALLOON:   Hawthorne, Mens,26 posted by Rene~ Andre~ on 2/17/2005 at 8:05:52 PM
thanks for the reply. If you look up Ebay item # 4520921296
you will see pic's of and sellers over blown discription of this basket case ,26" Hawthorne bicycle I purchased.
It is VERY rough, and will need a ton of work. One of the very interesting features it has, is that it does have a real springer style fork. This bike is a skip tooth type
as well. I realize that it isn't probably very rare or worth a whole lot. It intrigued me, so I bought it. I'll have to decide just what I will do with it.
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WANTED:   need old fenders posted by: johnny on 2/6/2005 at 8:21:27 AM
have a rusty 71 schwinn typhoon that i would like to restore little at a time,looking a set of fenders for it that need sanding and painting,no major dents,minor ones i can deal with,am hoping that one of you guys might have a set such as this laying around that you could help me out with at a very reasonable price,please dont laugh,but was hoping to get a fair shape pair for maybe 10.00 plus shipping ,like i said,somthing youve got laying around that needs work.thanks,dont laugh to loud!!! email direct if like.
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   RE:WANTED:   need old fenders posted by John M. on 2/7/2005 at 11:26:25 AM
Have you tried looking on ebay?
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   RE:WANTED:   need old fenders posted by JOHNNY on 2/8/2005 at 3:56:24 AM
IVE BEEN CHECKING BUT ABOUT ALL LISTINGS FOR TYPHOON FENDERS ARE CVHROME ONES,IM LOOKING PLAIN ONES TO PAINT,WOULD YOU HAPPEN TO KNOW WHICH OTHER SCHWINN MAKES THAT THE FENDERS ARE THE SAME AS TYPHOON?? THANKS FOR THE REPLY.
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AGE / VALUE:   please help with serial # posted by: kevin on 2/6/2005 at 1:34:08 AM
hello,
can anyone please help me find (or tell me where to do the research) an age on a certain serial # A85862
I think it is a rollfast bicycle, it has a skiptooth sprocket, it was completly sandblasted and primered about 10 years ago, and I want to restore back to completely original condition down to the decals!!!
can anyone help me with information or parts for this bicycle?
thank you!!!
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   RE:AGE / VALUE: please help with serial # posted by sam on 2/11/2005 at 2:49:24 PM
Get the Memory Lane Catalog! phone 419-832-3040
sam
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AGE / VALUE:   Found an old Monark 5 bar posted by: Sean on 2/5/2005 at 6:35:19 PM
I don't know much about the Monark badge, but I found an older 5-bar that's fairly complete, and I was wondering on the desirability of this bike. How rare is it? How hard would it be to find a part for it? What years were they made? etc. Any info would be appreciated. Does anyone have a restored example that I could see a pic of? Thanks for your help!
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