|I was just curious if anyone could name the model of this Bike? I'm stumped. Thanks guys.|
| Nothing in the Picture Database like it.|
| Huffy Thunder Trail Monoshock bike , Or where to get one.|
| Huffy Thunder Trail Monoshock bike, Around 1977, Any condition.|
| Good day one and all. I'm working or restoring some of my English roadesters and racing bikes made by Raleigh and Rudge in 1896 to 1905 period. I really wish I could find the correct seats and pedals and crank assemblys and handle bars and grips and some head badges and chain guards. I'm working on two bikes full force now my 1900 Raleigh racing bike. I really need to find the proper seat and pedals and grips and front 32 hole hub and rod brake parts and lamp bracket. Next bike is my roadester racer by Rudge 1903 need front 32 hole hub and seat and rear rod brake parts and lamp bracket. Next bike is my 1896 Deesse racing bike need complete crank assembly and correct hubs and seat and head set assembly and lamp bracket and drive chain. thanks for now maybe someday someone out there could help me out to get just one of my old timers going again. call 561-883-5017|
| Ummm ... should those calls be placed "collect"? |
New visitor and bike novice here.
I've acquired 3 older bikes here at an estate sale and looking for rarity and interest info. I will have pix to post by the weekend. Here are some basic findings recorded from my son..
1/ Triumph men's standard with 28" tires; Made in England sticker; "Stormy Archer" gears; 3 speed; "Shuresta" (?); front and rear brakes
2/ Manton & Smith Co. Chicago; Women's "Seneca" color red; "Gold Eagle" 24" tires; # on bottom..14429; on kickstand..RATAPL; back peddling brakes; single gear
3/ Velamos girls bike; single speed; back pedal brake; bananna seat; 1 # found..64*0365 06 (the * is a small logo)
These have been in a barn for many years and are rusty, dusty and tires are dry rotted. All need full restores.
Any help or ideas?
| I get the easy one- your Sturmey-Archer hub should have a date code on it.|
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