MIDDLEWEIGHT:   date for parts posted by: don on 3/6/2008 at 5:52:52 PM
I just picked up a medium tire small tank bike amf roadmaster saturn, i believe to be in the early sixteys would like to know if anybody could date it for sure everything there but the headlight. Thanks.
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AGE / VALUE:   Heidemann Works of Hanover posted by: Mike on 3/6/2008 at 12:27:55 PM
I have a old girls bike, looks more like a scooter with pedals. It has white balloon tires. It gas a spare tire cover on the rear fender with a decal of "Heidemann Works of Hanover". I can't find any info about this bike. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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MIDDLEWEIGHT:   question posted by: Gary on 3/6/2008 at 6:38:32 AM
Hi, I have and old huffy bicycle and am curious as to why the seatpost bolt and handlebar bolt to tighen the handlbars are screws instead of hex bolts. I thought maybe someone just put screws in instead but you couldn't even fit a regular bolt in the handlebars so I guess its made that way. I am told its a 50 something huffy. I have searched and can't find anything about any bikes having screws instead of bolts. I hope someone can tell me about this. thanks
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AGE / VALUE:   Schwinn "gremlin" 16" tires posted by: Steve on 3/5/2008 at 8:50:26 PM
HELP !! I am looking for 16-2.125 tires that have raised white letters that say "scrambler" on them. They are for an 8 year old Schwinn kids "gremlin" bike.
Thanks
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AGE / VALUE:   Prewar bicycle video posted by: Greg on 3/2/2008 at 3:07:08 PM
Just finished my first attempt at a video for vintage bicycles.
A montage of pre WWII bicycles and motorbikes I put togethor. Best way to view it is full screen, click on the little rectangle in the lower right hand corner of the video screen. Enjoy!
[url]http://youtube.com/watch?v=2adzsbzf5oU[/url]

Greg
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