FOR SALE:   schwinn prelude posted by: johnny on 3/20/2006 at 1:07:46 PM
1987 schwinn prelude!! weighs 19.4 pounds !!!!! ebay item# is 6615063832 excellent condition! kept inside.
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   RE:FOR SALE:   schwinn prelude posted by nate on 3/22/2006 at 7:49:42 PM
any pix?
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MISC:   Fleetwood posted by: g on 3/19/2006 at 1:10:08 PM
Does anyone know what make a Fleetwood is. I have a chance to buy one cheap but im not sure what I am dealing with
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   RE:MISC: Fleetwood posted by Scott on 3/20/2006 at 6:36:57 AM
Fleetwood was the name used by Firestone in the '30s. Firestone never made their own bikes they contracted through other manufacturers like Huffman, and Colson in those years. If it's cheap buy it any pre war bike is worth picking up. I have most of the literature from Firestone in the '30s. let me know if you get it and I'll see if I can help you with it.
Scott
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FOR SALE:   Fleetwood posted by: g on 3/19/2006 at 1:08:04 PM
Can anyone assist me in indentifying what a Fleetwood bike is. I have a chance to buy one cheap and need some assistance with the purchase. THANKS!
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WANTED:   SR bicycle posted by: Richard Arnold on 3/17/2006 at 12:15:04 AM
I need help! Does anyone know anything about SR bikes from the 70s and 80s? Of course the Sakae Ringyo company made components, but they also made complete bikes, because I have one, a 12-speed Alpine Sport I bought new in San Diego in 1984. I'd like to restore the bike so would love to find some original catalogs, brochures, photos, manuals...or any info about this brand, which seems to have disappeared without a trace. Thanks!
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FOR SALE:   1937 Huffman firestone fleetwood superstreamliner project for sale posted by: marc on 3/16/2006 at 5:54:22 AM
For sale – 1937 Huffman firestone Fleetwood superstreamliner project. Pics are up now at http://photos.yahoo.com/ph//my_photos
Under folders streamline 1,2 & 3. Pics cannot be viewed full size, but email me at easywind2@yahoo.com for specific pics and I can email the larger resolution pics you want to you. I am helping sell this project for a friend who is moving and paring down his parts. The frame will need to be straightened by a body shop. You can see in the last pics in folder 3 that the rear part of the frame bends to the left. Tires are nice Firestone High speed 26 x 2.125 WW tires that have some yellowing and very slight cracking. Not bad for tires this old. They don’t look like they have ever been mounted on a bike. Double drop center wheels are painted silver and do not come with hubs. The black wall Tires on the wheels do not come with the bike. Firestone 3 ribbed guard is primered and is slightly raised in the center and that may need to be flattened. Crank and ring has bb cups and hardware. It needs to be rechromed. This project comes with dual silver rays that need to be chromed. They have plastic lenses and the dual carrier bracket is a re-pop. To my knowledge 1937 Firestone fleetwood streamliners did not come with the dual rays, Huffman built daytons and Nationals did, but the rays are included if you want to use them. Tank is primered and straight. No horn unit or switch but comes with a nice delta horn button. I do not know if the button is a repop or not. The tank is original. Rear rack is bent in the middle where someone sat on it. Tombstone reflector is in about an 8 condition. Headbadge was restored by Dave Stromberger at Nostalgic.net. Original putter stem has been re-chromed. I think this stem is correct for Huffman built streamliners for Dayton and National, but not for Firestone streamliners, but I am not sure and this stem is still very nice. The Teardrop pedals are not correct for this bike, but included. Seat needs hardware and needs to be restored. Handle bars are pitted but maybe able to be re-chromed. The fenders came with the bike and the rear one does not have any braces as streamliners did not come with them, but they seem to be smaller width wise than they should be so we are not sure if they are correct or not. Asking price is $3000

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   RE:FOR SALE:   1937 Huffman firestone fleetwood superstreamliner project for sale posted by marc on 3/16/2006 at 6:22:27 AM
Pics dont work. try this.
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   RE:RE:FOR SALE:   1937 Huffman firestone fleetwood superstreamliner project for sale posted by rick elden on 4/27/2006 at 4:30:17 AM
Hi i am looking for a putter gooseneck for the 37 firestone ss please call 323 550 8922 thanks rick elden 323 550 8922
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