| I'm selling a classic ladies raleigh roadster that I've only just acquired but is too big for me. It's in pretty good condition - could do with a new paint job perhaps, and the rims are a bit worn where the brake blocks have rubbed over the years, but rides well. rods brakes, 26" wheels, black, original carrier & dunlop seat, single speed. based in UK midlands, but could ship (cost obviously depends on distance). £70. email me for pics|
| I have a jaguar mark v, in killer shape, and i cannot find values, or much else about em. i was told theyre worth alot, if they are in good shape. any help would be sweet...|
| The Jaguar Mark V was only a 2 year run (1963 and 1964), and was the second to last of the Jaguar series, so it is a rarer bike if you are basing value on production numbers. It was the only Jaguar with a spring fork, which makes it unique in that sense. All the Jaguars were deluxe bikes, so they automatically had the goodies collectors want (tanks, carriers, lots of chrome, etc). If your bike is in killer "original" condition, it would be worth easily several hundred dollars. The only Jaguars I've seen top the thousand dollar mark are super clean original Mark IV's. I guess most collectors like the Phantom style tank over the slim-line tank. It would have added value if it has a Bendix Automatic hub. Colors other than black also seem to bring slightly higher prices. They are nice, well-built classic bikes, so keep it and enjoy it!|
| For sale 1926 Columbia / Indian for sale! Ebay now 5 day listing ends Thursday April 5th. # 330104940211|
| Ive got a mint CCM Mustang with fully functional and all original parts.. looking to make a sale. E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a picture and an offer|
| Can you please email a picture. I'm looking for a CCM boy's/men's 10 speed racer from the early 70's. I don't remember the name. If this isn't it, any info would help. Thanks.|
| Looking for a 1960 Schwinn Jaguar Mark 4 front name plate.|
I believe they were the chrome sundial looking plates.
The screws for the plate would be nice also.
That would be a plastic sunburst head badge. It was not mounted with screws but with adhesive.