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Archived: General For Sale/Wanted







MISC:   1983 raleigh 3 speed posted by: sweeperback on 10/8/2003 at 3:46:20 PM
Need an estimate on value for a 1983 Raleigh 3 speed. This bike has less then 20 miles on it and cleaned up real nice. Thanks!







MISC:   Indian Scout I.D. posted by: Leonard on 10/7/2003 at 2:18:03 PM
Looking for some info on this Indian Scout frame, serial # I 87291 on right side of neck. Also some markings on bottom of crankcase; a 5 over an I on the left, 3 over an I on the right. Thanks!!!


   RE:MISC:   Indian Scout I.D. posted by Kim on 10/7/2003 at 5:00:01 PM
Lots of info on the Indian Scout and Indian Princess in the databases on this site.

   RE:MISC:   Indian Scout I.D. posted by Craig on 10/8/2003 at 12:26:22 PM
My Indian Scout has a K75714 Sn and I was told it was about around 1952






WANTED:   Schwinn tandem posted by: Tim on 10/7/2003 at 12:47:17 PM
Hey guys I`m still looking for a brake asm. for a 5 spd. tandem or a complete bike(middle wieght)any help e-mail me
Tim







WANTED:Bike motor posted by: Maledict on 10/7/2003 at 10:45:30 AM
Looking for one of those old motors that you can attatch to any standard bicycle. They run on standard petrol and hit about 15 mph going uphill. if anybody has a lead, let me know. i would apreciate it.


   RE:WANTED:Bike motor posted by Ken on 10/8/2003 at 6:03:47 PM
http://www.buzzing.org/






WANTED:    posted by: avelino on 10/5/2003 at 6:45:47 PM
looking for kick stand 1965 schwinn bicycle







MISC:   serial code posted by: coty on 10/5/2003 at 6:41:17 PM
can anyone tell me what my bike is the serial number is m81265081


   RE:MISC:   serial code posted by BillG on 10/6/2003 at 12:18:17 AM
Can't tell much from a serial number. What about tire size, frame style, etc. ?

Your best bet is to start looking in the Picture Database to find a similar styled bike.







MISC:   help posted by: dave on 10/5/2003 at 3:30:47 PM
hello to all i'm in need of some help here with two bikes that i have from my grand parents i was able to get this info from the womens bike and the mens is a complete match serial number 419808371 3 speed 20-30high carbon tubing they were purchased in 1973 and have been used 3 times they are in perfect condition and have all there part in working order there is a pump mounted on the frame of both if that helps if anyone could point me in the right direction as to where i can find out some info on these two bikes i would be greatful righ now i have them displayed in my rec room and would love to find out just what i have here thank you very much in advance


   RE:MISC:   help posted by dave on 10/5/2003 at 3:43:01 PM
i guess it would have helped if i told you it was a raliegh bike ooops

   RE:RE:MISC:   help posted by BillG on 10/6/2003 at 12:20:51 AM
Sounds like classic Raleigh Sports 3-speed bikes.
These are the hottest sellers I know of right now, and there's still a good spread between purchase and selling prices.

I'd guess a matched pair would sell for at least $300

   RE:MISC:   help posted by Ken on 10/6/2003 at 2:35:29 PM
Start here, dave:
http://retroraleighs.com/sports.html
I think BillG may be a trifle optimistic, although condition can make all the difference. 73 is near the end of the English era. They're not rare, but on the other hand they ain't making any more of them.

   RE:MISC:   help posted by JohnD on 10/9/2003 at 11:00:43 PM
Hi Dave!
If you're interested in selling these 2 bikes, please let me know. I'm trying to recapture my youth and could always take my bride along for the ride! Thanks!!






WANTED:   Western Flyer Ramrod II posted by: Bill on 10/3/2003 at 4:27:56 PM
When I was a kid I worked all summer for my dad for a quarter an hour to pay for this bike. He saw I wasn’t going to have it paid for by the end of summer and gave me a raise to 50 cents an hour. I got the bike and had many years of enjoyment with it, but when I was old enough to drive it was left to rust. Not realizing the rarity of it at the time, I ended up giving it along with several other bikes to an overseas charity that a member of my church belonged to. Now I want it back and will have to pay for it all over again. I can’t even find a picture of one on google but I am sure there has to be some out there that need a good home, and I hope you can help me find it. They made a regular ramrod and a ramrod II but I don’t remember what the difference was, probably insignificant. It is a chopper bike with long front forks. The closer to West Virginia the better.
elsmitro AT lycos DOT com

Thanks

Bill


   RE:WANTED:   Western Flyer Ramrod II posted by Cam on 10/3/2003 at 10:38:52 PM
Hey, there's a Ramrod I in the Picture Database here at OldRoads. Check it out and tell us what's differnet between the Ramrod I and Ramrod II.

Cam

   RE:WANTED:   Western Flyer Ramrod II posted by Jim on 10/4/2003 at 7:14:00 PM
Bill, you are in luck! There is one on Ebay right now, #2195185600. It is incomplete, but hey, you've got to start somewhere! Good luck!

   RE:WANTED:   Western Flyer Ramrod II posted by Bill on 10/7/2003 at 8:32:13 PM
I really can't see the difference but I know I paid for a ramrod II, I was only 7 or 8, maybe they screwed me? lol

Thank you all so much, I will write the seller on ebay. I check there every few months but I have not seÚ[






FOR SALE:   1963 Schwinn Hollywood posted by: Joey on 10/3/2003 at 1:24:04 AM
1963 Schwinn Hollywood for sale- minor dings/scratches on chrome fenders, decent paint, respoked rims- very nice hubs, all original except for new seat post,no tears in seat- $250, email for details.







WANTED:   Dunlop White Sprite Tyres posted by: Brandon Douglas on 10/2/2003 at 10:03:39 PM
I'm looking for a set of white wall tires to replace my 27" Dunlop White Sprite tyres. Who makes something like these today (solid white wall is fine)?


   RE:WANTED:   Dunlop White Sprite Tyres posted by Tom on 10/3/2003 at 1:31:53 PM
There is some on ebay now. Not mine. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2194065798&category=420






WANTED:   vintage bmx bike posted by: jim nelson on 10/2/2003 at 6:07:33 PM
Im looking for a 1970s bmx bike with front and rear suspension, fake gas tank ,plastic fenders, i would prefer a graco but am willing to look at other brands.

thanks, jim







FOR SALE:   1936 Colson Commander posted by: Sades on 10/2/2003 at 3:02:04 AM
All original paint Commander in stock configuration. Wheels have been repainted and new WWW tires and tubes. Rides like a dream. Can been seen at: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2194704795







FOR SALE:   Dayton Lady Roadster posted by: paul on 10/1/2003 at 9:00:46 PM
inch pitch drive, wartime hub, 26 inch X 1 and 1/4 (also same as EA-1 and Shwinn S-6 tire size), tires are great condition as is the bicycle, black with cream wheels and pinstripes, "victory style" ride as found, free delivery in Southeastern New England......$125 fall price. paul







WANTED:   CCM marauder posted by: max on 10/1/2003 at 9:00:35 PM
i am looking for a CCM marauder or parts to restore one







WANTED:   CCM marauder posted by: max on 10/1/2003 at 9:00:35 PM
i am looking for a CCM marauder or parts to restore one