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Archived: General For Sale/Wanted







FOR SALE:   SCHWINN & ROADMASTER posted by: Ric on 2/13/2002 at 12:18:02 AM
Schwinn 1959 black Jaguar, complete and very nice.
Schwinn 1958 blue Jaguar, not complete, fair condition.
Roadmaster 1948 boys (not a repop) original parts, restored.
This is the early version Luxury Liner. has all the extras,
springer, tank, headlight. a solid well built bike.


   RE:FOR SALE:   SCHWINN & ROADMASTER posted by karl on 3/5/2002 at 12:26:23 AM
Interested in the jaguars. can you send pics andprices if still available. hanx karl.. karl_kimbel@hotmail.com






WANTED:   SCHWINN PANTHER CARRIER GREEN posted by: Ric on 2/13/2002 at 12:14:03 AM
Need original paint parts: Schwinn green rear carrier, rocket ray fenderlight in same green paint, and green 2-tone painted chainguard. Need better than average condition parts. Also need a schwinn horn unit for tank.







WANTED:   1939 RollFast (Royal Flyer) posted by: Stephen Porter on 2/12/2002 at 1:45:46 PM
I have a 1939 RollFast 26" Boy's bicycle and would like to find
some parts for it such as tank, drop stand, chain guard, handle bar grips and top for seat. Were the rims on these bikes painted or chromed?
Also would like to have a picture of an original red one.
You can email me or call me at 902-684-9263. Thanking you in
Advance. Stephen


   RE:WANTED:   1939 RollFast (Royal Flyer) posted by nate on 2/16/2002 at 9:55:04 AM
hey i have an old rollfast girls bike
email me at thongsearch@hotmail.com
maybe you could use it for parts
if its the right kind
id trade it fer something
nate






WANTED:   Umberto Dei ?? - Info required posted by: s. biegel on 2/12/2002 at 1:41:49 PM
hi all,
i bought a "umberto dei" bycicle during last years trip to
italy. i have no idea what age ?? wether it´s the real thing
etc.?? can anybody comment or provide some links so i can
find out what i bought ?? sorry for my german-english
regards
steffen


   RE:WANTED:   Umberto Dei ?? - Info required posted by ChristopherRobin2@starmail.com on 2/15/2002 at 5:43:22 PM
One exactly similar to mine sold for $1000.00 U.S.
These are worth more than your common roadster bicycle.
Go slowly until you find a good idea what yours is worth






FOR SALE:    posted by: Vernon Emerick on 2/11/2002 at 10:15:33 PM
Silver (chrome) Girls 26" Serial No. 50246110 Make unknown possible Schwinn. Price $175.00. New Madison, Ohio
(937)996-3554. Email for picture cbennett@woh.rr.com







FOR SALE:   Fastback posted by: Vernon Emerick on 2/11/2002 at 10:11:25 PM
20" Schwinn StingRay-Fastback, serial no: MD01298, Green, $200. New Madison, Ohio (937)996-3554. Email for picture cbennett@woh.rr.com







WANTED:   Schinn Twinn Chainguard posted by: Joe Barrett on 2/11/2002 at 9:44:41 PM
If anyone knows where to find one of these I would be truly grateful!







MISC:   Decal Printer posted by: Jay on 2/11/2002 at 5:29:46 AM
I remember reading something a while back about a printer that could print white & you could put decal paper in & make your own decals. Does anyone know what brand & model this is?


   RE:MISC:   Decal Printer posted by Ralph on 2/11/2002 at 2:57:54 PM
Hi...
Here is the web site for the one that was mentioned here before. http://www.ceramic-decal.com/Default.cfm I saved it thinking it was be somthing I might use in the future.
There is also a guy named Alex that can make stickers that work real well, here is his email guitarwind@rogers.com
Hope this helps.......
Ralph

   RE:MISC:   Decal Printer posted by kim on 2/12/2002 at 4:31:11 AM
You are thinking of a dry ink printer, like the Alps. You will also need good scaner and photo software. I know I have been printing decals for a few months.

Kim






WANTED:   1949 JC HIGGINS BICYCLE posted by: Kathryn Price on 2/11/2002 at 5:34:45 AM
I have a 1949 JC Higgins Bicycle in perfect condition. I am
going to put it up for sale and would like to know the going price? Please contact me by EMAIL at grams@dcdi.net
or: Kathryn Price 520 N. 7th St. Montpelier ID 83254
208-847-2274 in the evening. THANKS! Kathryn







WANTED:   1930's era Colson Headbadge/hub posted by: Joe on 2/10/2002 at 11:34:06 AM
Looking for headbadge for 1930's Colson not sure of exact year, pics of bike can be seen at www.bikepics.s5.com
Also looking for original Musselman front hub, 36 spoke alluminum with four center fins. the original can be seen at
www.viewpics.s5.com
Also looking for a source for NOS or reproduction tires (26x2.125)








WANTED:   1971 Schwinn Varsity Decals (black) posted by: J Coleman on 2/10/2002 at 2:10:07 AM
Looking for black Schwinn Varsity decals for my 1971.







FOR SALE:   Schwinn Hollywood bicycle posted by: Bernard Cogley on 2/10/2002 at 1:45:55 AM
I have a green,1970 Schwinn Hollywood bicycle for sale. Serial No. HF91944, 18" frame. It's original and in good to very good condition. What would be a fair asking price?


   RE:FOR SALE:   Schwinn Hollywood bicycle posted by Dan on 2/10/2002 at 3:05:36 AM
I recently paid $45 for a 1965 Hollywood with a basket and rear rack. It had been repainted and lacked any stickers but overall in good shape and was very clean. I also spent a $1.00 on two Hollywoods a 1966 and a 1971 which were rough but complete, parts bikes.

   Schwinn Hollywood bicycle posted by Gary M on 2/10/2002 at 5:21:11 AM
I have a real nice 65 hollywood in blue, rack in front, 2sp rear, asking $125

   RE:Schwinn Hollywood bicycle posted by Dan on 2/10/2002 at 10:54:07 PM
My '65 Hollywood is not for sale I just wanted to show what a starting price range could be. At $45 I got a '65 Hollywood, repainted no stickers, one chrome front rim a painted in back (S-7's), faded seat slight cracks, stem and handlebars with some deep rust, but it was very clean front to back. I waited 6 1/2 hour's at an auction for it to come up for sale in the meantime I bought a record turntable strobe model for .25 which was like new and works well and I also got a Bell & Howell projector and screen for the same .25 cents that the auctioneer threw in with it. I sold the projector and screen for $10.00 so I like to think I paid $ 35.25 for my '65 Hollywood in the end. The end.

   RE:Watch out for Gary M. posted by Ralph on 2/11/2002 at 5:10:39 AM
Watch out for Gary M. He seems to be a great guy. However says he will do someting and does not follow up. I have been waiting 3 months for parts I paid $40.00 for. He is poor at follow up after he has your money.






FOR SALE:   FYI, Jubilee der, NOS Italian cycling shoes,etc posted by: Michael McGettigan on 2/9/2002 at 11:41:32 PM
Greetings: if y're lkg for a Huret Jubilee NOS Der, or some Italian NOS cycling shoes, take a moment to visit ebay and search under mcgetphila as seller...that will bring up the whole odd batch! Thanks for reading and cheers....
--mcg







FOR SALE:   Rollfast Bicycle Built for Two posted by: VC on 2/9/2002 at 2:46:07 PM
I have a black & white Rollfast Bicycle Built for Two. It has lots of chrome with front hand brakes and a fin over the back tire connected by chrome. The seats are white and it has 2 red labels with the Rollfast name on it. I would appreciate any information you can give me on this bike because I would like to sell it but do not know the value. It is an old bike and it is in excellent condition. Any info would be appreciated....thank you.







MISC:   Ann Arbor Swap Meet Vendor Form posted by: Steve on 2/8/2002 at 10:06:51 PM
If you are going to the Ann Arbor, Michigan show this year and want to be a vendor, we've included a sign up form on our web site for your convienence. Go to:
www.ann-arbor-bicycleshow.com

Click on the "VENDOR FORM AND FLYER" link. Follow the directions on the page.

See you in April!