WANTED:   Wood Wheel bicycle posted by: max on 5/23/2005 at 12:53:34 AM
i am looking to buy wooden wheel bicycles
from 1890 to 1930
tks
Max
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   RE:WANTED:   Wood Wheel bicycle posted by Robert Middleton on 6/8/2005 at 1:35:24 AM
I have a neighbor that has an Old Hickory Cycle Company bicycle and is interested in finding more about it and its worth. I saw it this week and it is exceptionally nice! He had a relative that had an old bicycle shop and aquired this wooden bicycle. The neck of the frame is metal but most of the rest of the bike is wood. The tires are white rubber. Can you help?

Thanks, Bobby
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MISC:   what year is it? posted by: steven on 5/22/2005 at 3:53:54 AM
I just purchased a shelby 'traveler' serial # E8387 how do i find out what year it is? Has the balloon tires, skip tooth sproket, torpedo light on front fender, and front springer.Is there suppose to be a gas tank on the two top high bars? thank you steven
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   RE:MISC:   what year is it? posted by Rudy on 5/22/2005 at 6:34:02 AM
I bought a Traveler about a year ago and just recently discovered that it is a 1937. Does it have a Morrow rear hub? If it does it will have a series of numbers and that is how i discovered the year of my bike. Your bike sounds similar to mine except the springer. Can you send pics?

Rudy
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AGE / VALUE:   1948Roadmaster posted by: kevin on 5/21/2005 at 11:27:49 AM
hey all,
check out the 48 Roadmaster tank bike on ebay #6534251620
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AGE / VALUE:   Norwood Bicycle? Who made them posted by: George on 5/19/2005 at 8:30:48 PM
Who made the Norwood badged bicycles of the late 50s and early 60s? I just found my sisters bike she got new back then. It says Norwood on front badge and deluxe on chaingaurd. It has red refectors on the front of tank and still has the original goodyear wing foot white walls. Please email oscarhedstrom@hotmail.com
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MISC:   Westfield posted by: John Berry on 5/19/2005 at 12:56:44 PM
Have a Westfield, S.N. L112193. Since it is a Columbia-built bike, does the S.N. follow in the Columbia line, which would put it at 1947, or would the Westfields have their own system? Anybody know what the crank sprocket should look like? I'm missing sprocket, fenders and handlebars.
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   RE:MISC:   Westfield posted by JohnBerry on 5/19/2005 at 2:36:42 PM
One more thing. Chain guard is missing, too, so i need to know what it looks like.
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