| I have an awesome 80's freestyle scooter that needs new tires. Does anyone know where I can get tires this size? Thanks|
| and what size would that be then.|
| I am looking for a PPV(People Powered Vehicle). It has one wheel in front, two wheels in back, has two side by side seats, and a compartment behind the seats to put stuff or kids to ride. Both people in the seats can peddle or just one can peddle. It has a fiberglass shell. I think these were made in the 70's. People had them in my hometown when I was,but I haven't seen them since and no one knows what I'm talking about when I ask people if they know what they are, except for my siblings. Anyway, I want one of these, so if anyone knows of any, please contact me. Thanks!! email@example.com|
| See this page:|
From what it says, only 8 were made.
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Also please note the difference, source of many a lame joke, between peddle and pedal.
| Hello Stephanie:|
I have 3 of the PPV's in my collection. The original article in the 1970'2 Popular Mechanics/Popular Science magazine article pictured the White over Blue combination.
I have 2 of these, and a very rare White Over Yellow as well. One of the White/BLue models I have is a project, a bit rough but definitely usable(tubes, tires and TLC). I haven't really thought about selling it, but would entertain the possibility. Let's talk. It would be a bear to ship from Minnesota.
| i have a custom bmx dyno i just did,satin black, lowered springer forks, spiked fenders front and bakc, skull grips, custom painted sprocket, nice chrome. paint has minimal scratches. nice cruiser. i built it and got bored of it.|
looking for 150$ maybe trade
ill take any old muscle bikes condition doesnt matter as long as its not pitted badly, reply if intterested
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| I recently found a Woman's Monark Firestone Pilot bicycle with a serial number of A0779486. Can anyone tell me anything about this bike?|
Sachs Torpedo Automatic 2-speed hub (Not the Duo-matic kickback model). These were used on some folding Moulton Bicycles from the 70's. Email Flashy65@aol.com for photos or any info on these hubs.
Here's one that was on eBay Germany not long ago:
Thank you for any help!