If you are trying to determine the genealogy of your bicycle by it's features, go to our Vintage Bicycle Price Guide
which details bicycle features, wheel sizes, brake types, etc., as well as showing a price estimate for your old bicycle.
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which details bicycle features, wheel sizes, etc., as well as showing a price estimate for your vintage bicycle.
Archived: General For Sale/Wanted
FOR SALE: CCM CHEETHA
posted by: al pipher
on 3/18/2002 at 2:51:26 PM
| I have a 1970 Girls CCM CHEETHA bicycle for sale. The Bike is in mint condition.The bike isin its original Purple colour and has very few nic's and scratch's.|
It is a 3-Speed Strumney Archer mounted on the handle bar.It has a banana seat with a sissy bar(mid height).
This bike even has the original tires (still with the little nobs on the side of the tires).If anyone knows much about bikes CCM was a well made Canadian Bike. This bike would make a great addition to anyones muscle bike collection.
WANTED: Blue SPARKLE seat material
posted by: KIP
on 3/17/2002 at 8:30:34 PM
| I am searching and searching for Blue sparkle seat vinyl. I found Naugahyde but it is way too thick. I want the real schwinn stingray seat stuff for my Harley. Where is this stuff ??? Big thanks in advance |
FOR SALE: Higgins - AMF Cape Cod (2)
posted by: Mike A
on 3/17/2002 at 4:19:00 PM
| Hi, I'm selling 3 bikes as a package deal. 1-JC Higgins, good shape with Miller lighting kit, 2-AMF Cape Cod 3 spds. Fair Cond. Best Offer for all 3. Prefer you pick up in Trenton, NJ. To view picts, see the following links:|
WANTED: WANTED SCHWINN STINGRAY SPRAY PAINT
posted by: Eric M
on 3/17/2002 at 1:36:37 PM
| hello |
i need some sky blue and silver mist spray paint.
i see spray paint cans on ebay for aroand 3-13$$ and that is about what i would pay. so email me if you have any spray paint in SKY BLUE or SILVER MIST email me please.
FOR SALE: 1948 Huffman LaFrance
posted by: John
on 3/17/2002 at 3:21:35 AM
| 1948 huffman for sale. Good condition. all original.|
MISC: Pricing Help
posted by: Bryan D. Carbaugh
on 3/16/2002 at 3:25:29 AM
| I have a ten-speed bicycle that I would like to find a true price for it. The bike was purchased in the late 70's, it is an AMF, and it is an Evil Knievel bike. It is white with red and blue markings, it has Evil Knievels name on it, it has on it 10+10, it has disk brakes and has been ridden very little.It still has the original tires on it and has never had the gears changed on it. There is some surface rust around the front fork, and some flecks of black spray paint from being to close to a project on a windy day ! If this bike is common I would like to know, I have been trying to find a picture, or a price on this thin for about 2 and a half years, can anyone help me ? |
RE:MISC: Pricing Help
posted by ChristopherRobin2@starmail.com on 3/16/2002 at 4:44:19 PM
| You have got something there. There are collectors of Evil Knieviel's stuff out there. Go slowly with this until you are really sure you have gotten an accurate idea on what it is worth. Patience.|
RE:MISC: Pricing Help
posted by metlhed on 3/16/2002 at 5:09:24 PM
| i have like one picture of one, email me and i can send it to you|
MISC: Schwinn female Meteor
posted by: Don
on 3/16/2002 at 3:00:22 AM
| Looking for info on this old schwinn female bicycle. can't seem to find info on this model anywhere |
posted by: Freddie
on 3/15/2002 at 9:38:51 AM
| Greetings to one and all. This web site has been a great help many times in the past and I need help again. I have a very nice schwinn varsity. All orginal and rides great but the decals are almost gone. I have already tried memory lane and they don't have them. It is such a common bike somebody should have what I need. Please help. Thank all of you very much. Freddie |
posted by rickey on 3/21/2002 at 1:21:39 AM
| i have a friend here in town that can cut new decals schwinn varsitys are my favorite to restore & they look gooood 334-756-7561|
MISC: custom painted bicycle tags
posted by: brian
on 3/15/2002 at 1:07:44 AM
| professional air brush services. we offer a variety of tag's for bikes& car's tag's & t shirts ect.custom computor vinal lettering available yes your name on your bike ect. air designs 334-768-0303 national toll free # 18665-264-6673 |
RE:MISC: custom painted bicycle tags
posted by rickey on 3/20/2002 at 12:49:20 AM
MISC: Derby Bike ?
posted by: Tim Engle
on 3/15/2002 at 12:21:48 AM
| i have an old "looking Bike" looks like a 38 hawthorne or a 40's era columbia. the odd thing is it says DERBY on the |
plate on front, i can't find any serial #'s or manufacturing info on it ? anyone know about this DERBY ?
posted by: RICKEY
on 3/15/2002 at 12:22:57 AM
| WE RESTORE OR REFURBISH ANY BIKES POWDERCOAT PAINTS WE PROVIDE PARTS S&H EXTRA 334 756 7561 RAD CUSTOM'S ECT KNOWLES BICYCLE SHOP VALLEY AL.NOS PARTS IN STOCK|
ACCESSORIES COME SEE CALL
posted by: rickey
on 3/14/2002 at 9:08:54 PM
| RIDE WITH US THIS SUNDAY AT THE RIVER WALK ALL OF US FROM KNOWLES BIKE SHOP AND MORE WILL BE THAIRLETS RIDE COLUMBUS GA.SUNDAY 3-17-02 YEA |
FOR SALE: '70 COPPERTONE STINGRAY
posted by: MIKE
on 3/14/2002 at 1:26:50 PM
| CLEAN COPPERTONE STINGRAY[DELUXE?]NEWER TIRES AND SEAT,ALL ELSE I THINK IS ORIGINAL.LOOKS REAL GOOD $250.MUST BE PICKED UP IN S.E. WISCONSIN 279-5715 OR 279-6910 HAVE SOME BALLOONERS AND A FEW OTHER BIKES FOR SALE ALSO |
posted by: Jay Mann
on 3/13/2002 at 10:05:29 PM
| A seat for a 1972 Schwinn Supersport. |
WANTED: Need a part
posted by: BB
on 3/13/2002 at 1:59:48 AM
I have a Sears men's three speed bike (don't know the year, but looks like it's from maybe the 70's?). According to the guy at my local bike shop, I need a Sturmey Archer 3 speed hub with coaster brake for a 26 x 1 3/8 wheel size.
RE:WANTED: Need a part
posted by Stacey on 3/13/2002 at 11:01:33 AM
| The first question that comes to mind, BB, is whats wrong with the hub that it requires replacement? From what I understand, they are fairly bullet-proof and easily rebuildable. I'm sure if it's just a matter of some internal parts, that fixing what you have would ultimatly be cheaper than the expense of buying a replacement and getting it laced up (This LBS sounds like the kind of place that would sock you for new spokes & nipples too). I believe that more information and a second opinion would be a good thing.|
S/A experts, feel free to jump in.
In the wind,
RE:RE:WANTED: Need a part
posted by Cal on 3/13/2002 at 1:37:15 PM
| I agree with Stacey. Unless the hub is bone-dry and full of sand, you'd be better off just taking it apart and cleaning it. Use the hub diagrams in the picture database as a guide. |
It's easy and actually fun.
You have not described what problems the hub is having. It may only need an adjustment of the indicator chain.