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WANTED:   Slik Chik chainguard decals posted by: Ronnie on 3/6/2001 at 12:08:30 PM
I need chainguard decals for a slik chik.


   RE:WANTED:   Slik Chik chainguard decals posted by mike on 3/12/2001 at 1:17:08 PM
Ronnie, Try Hyper-Formance.com for you decal






FOR SALE:   F/S NOS MIP Murray Astroliner/Flightliner Cguard - Chrome posted by: Matt on 3/6/2001 at 11:17:28 AM
F/S NOS MIP Murray Astroliner/Flightliner Cguard - Chrome, asking $22.50 plus shipping.







FOR SALE:   2 SPACELINERS posted by: Robin on 3/6/2001 at 7:21:39 AM
I just got 2 old Spaceliners and one 50's Higgins with tank. All in excellent shape, just needs a little shinining. Garage kept for years. Email me for list and pictures, or see them at http://angelfire.com/mi/antiquebikes/cruisers.html


   RE:FOR SALE:   2 SPACELINERS posted by dale on 3/6/2001 at 10:14:18 AM
Show me! Please!






WANTED:   English bike bits posted by: Geoff Rogers on 3/5/2001 at 9:29:22 PM
I am looking for a pair of 50's pedals appropriate for a 1952 Indian Scout. They should be Phillips type. I also want some handlebar grips for the same bike and a pair of fenders and chainguard for a 1980 Raleigh DL-1 "Tourist". The chainguard need not be an enclosed gearcase type. Third, I need a Dunelt/Raleigh Sports style non-gearcase style chainguard, any color. Finally, how about original British saddlebags? And, of course, tire pumps, in almost any condition. Will trade a decent '62 Humber Pegasus lady's bike, good rider, nice chrome, original paint, and/or a good '65 lady's Dunelt in similar condition.







WANTED:   Monark-Silver King Hextube posted by: J.T. Whinnery on 3/5/2001 at 6:21:31 PM
Any information on Silver King hextube, about 1946-1949(?)
would be appreciated.







FOR SALE:   1953 Monark holiday girls bicycle posted by: PAUL CIBELLI on 3/5/2001 at 6:10:13 PM
Looking for the following NOS or excellant used.Front axel hub(new deperature)18 hole .080 spoke,Rear deperature complete brake hub model D1. carlisle w.w.26x2.125 rear chrome reflector. Need horn tanks,wood grain finish







WANTED:   1890's English posted by: Sue Senita on 3/5/2001 at 5:42:51 PM
I am looking for a 1890s English bicycle or reproduction that someone would
rent to us for a play in the Washington, DC, Virginia Maryland area. Any
ideas?
Thanks,
Sue Senita
PropsEE@aol.com
703-441-9449














MISC:   manta ray posted by: Travis on 3/4/2001 at 7:41:09 PM
Would anyone be interested in a Schwinn Manta Ray banana seat pan for restoration. I also have the "Manta Ray" metal plate for the rear of the seat. E-mail me.







FOR SALE:   auction posted by: Kelli on 3/4/2001 at 7:09:58 PM
http://www.xbid.com/listings/categories/index.cfm?category=925855358

click and paste to your browser, 100's of bicycles and parts for auction. thank you.







FOR SALE:   i am looking for all posted by: rachel on 3/4/2001 at 5:27:26 PM
please e- mail me about interesting bike parts you wish to sell at rValluzzo@hotmail.com







FOR SALE:   F/S/T -Schwinn Small Cap Bow Pedals posted by: Jeff on 3/4/2001 at 4:54:44 PM
These look new! - $100 shipped -money back guarantee-upgrade those tired originals on your '66 Super Deluxe,early Fastback or ? MORE pedals available
-ALSO-
WTB: '64/'65 Sting Ray Pedals as seen on pages 10/11 in Liz Fried Schwinn Sting Ray book-CA$H or KOOL trades! Thanks!







MISC:   help in identifying a tool(?) posted by: Hugh F. Mowat on 3/4/2001 at 1:41:43 PM
A couple of years ago I found an object - probably a tool - at a collectibles show. This item was obviously unused,and consisted of a large roller turned by a crank, and a smaller roller against it. The pressure of the small roller could be increased by turning a threaded lever. The whole thing was mounted on a post which could be screwed to a workbench. My theory was that it was for either straightening bicycle fenders or making a new fender from a strip of metal. Could anybody please enlighten me? and, perhaps send me an image if they have such. HFM


   RE:MISC:   help in identifying a tool(?) posted by Jim on 3/4/2001 at 5:34:28 PM
My father has one mounted to his bench in his sheetmetal shop. I know it is not for fenders, although it is along the same idea. We have a fender roller as well. I'll ask him.

   RE:MISC:   help in identifying a tool(?) posted by sam on 3/4/2001 at 6:46:36 PM
I've seen several tools along this line.One was used to form gutters---sam

   RE:RE:MISC:   help in identifying a tool(?) posted by Chris O. on 3/5/2001 at 5:38:59 PM
it sounds like a english wheel. it is made to roll sheet medal.

   RE:MISC:   help in identifying a tool(?) posted by Hugh F. Mowat on 3/6/2001 at 9:33:29 AM
Thanks to all who replied. This tool is not an 'English wheel' where the two wheels bear down on the metal opposite each other. In this case the upper wheel is shaped like an hour-glass, and the lower wheel matches it in profile. The shape produced is narrow and shallow. Like a bicycle fender, rather than a gutter. The tool measures 14" front to back, and is 11" high. It is of light construction...flat bar and thin-wall tube. A bead-rolling machine used in a sheet metal shop is of rugged, cast construction. HFM






MISC:   Western Flyer posted by: J on 3/4/2001 at 1:05:53 PM
I have a 1970s???? western flyer girls bike with a 3-speed grip shift. Can anyone tell me if it is worth anything?


   RE:MISC:   Western Flyer posted by stingray jerry on 3/4/2001 at 5:03:33 PM
$10.00 junk it.really, junk it.your welcome jerry






WANTED:   Raleigh axle cones posted by: Stuart Ferris on 3/4/2001 at 7:25:28 AM
I need 2 front axle cones for a 1963 Raleigh Sports model. Can anyone help me out? NOS preferred but anything that is in good shape is OK.







MISC:   tire price ? posted by: paul on 3/4/2001 at 3:44:58 AM
I was wondering if someone can tell me what nos 26x1.3/4 w/w westwinds and b/w westwinds are worth?thanx in advance.paul