| Hi, Anyone ever heard of any old cruiser called a MONTERREY?|
| I recently purchased two (2) Sheffield Te3 bicycles at a garage sale. One men's and one lady's. Each is red with chrome fenders, 3 speed hub, and coaster brakes. The men's bike needs a cable for the speeds but the lady's bike is in excellent shape with everything working. I paid $8 for both.|
My question is two-fold; what are these bikes worth and are there parts available?
| Would anyone ever hear of a Klinedinst bicycle? There is one near me for sale but it is rough and has been spray bombed over. The badge has Klinedinst - Special Red - Kline HST- York, PA|
| I have two. A 1936 boys and a 1942 girls. My dad, when he was a boy, worked for C. B. "Red" Klinedinst putting bicycles together in his shop in York, Pa. The bicycles were manufactured by the Cleveland Welding Company (CWC) and sold to small shops and hardware stores where they were assembled and badged. I would like to find some Klinedinst sales literature. Hope this helps.|
| I'M looking for a bike called "Blue Angel" fromthe eighties.It has a banana seat and blue tires. Any information would be greatly appreciated.|
| I have a columbia blue angel 20" girls bike that meets your description above|
| I still have my childhood 1968 Orange Krate. With a little polish and steel wool, it could come back. The seat is a little worn and there's some surface rust, all cables need replacing. Sat in my dad's barn until 2 years ago when he said, "Here. I've been toting this for 20 years, now it's your turn." Turns out I have no kids and don't plan on restoring it myself. I washed it a couple of years ago and it looked pretty good. What would it bring?|