MISC:   HELP ME PLEASE new shcwinn posted by: Phil on 3/24/2003 at 2:54:40 AM
Help anyone i just got a nice schwinn and it needs some bolts for handlebars and such. It is a 72 or 73 schwinn junior. it red w/ origonal decals tires and parts not many blemishes or scratches. i need a new back rim because the threads are shot. If you have perts for sale email me i also need a seat handlebars and strut.


   RE:MISC:   HELP ME PLEASE new shcwinn posted by Jack on 3/25/2003 at 1:00:52 AM
I can help with handlebars, 72,79,81 ,$8.00 pr.nice chrome. What is wrong with your back rim, threads shot? on what.

   RE:RE:RE:MISC:   HELP ME PLEASE new shcwinn posted by Jack on 4/2/2003 at 12:04:14 AM
These are original handlebars.

   RE:RE:MISC:   HELP ME PLEASE new shcwinn posted by Phil on 3/31/2003 at 12:11:27 AM
Yes the thread is shot the handle bars you speak of are they remake or origonal

Phil






MISC:   Bike Show/Swap Meet posted by: Eldon Hammond on 3/21/2003 at 4:08:11 AM
Antique/Classic Bike Show & Swap Meet. Saturday May 31, 2003
Pana, IL 62557
see site listed for complete details. http://www.geocities.com/bikes62557







AGE / VALUE:   Junior/midget/ whatsit? posted by: Ricky on 3/20/2003 at 4:05:55 AM
I picked up *what looks like* a Sting-Ray frame today but its a bit smaller. I'm wondering how to nail down the actual ID of this thing.
the details: A cantilever frame (not a pixie or tiger)
Not many pieces, crank (lucky seven c/wheel)
The crank throw is 3-3/4"
One pedal, it is 4" overall length
The kickstand is a "\\\\375////"
Thats all, no fork, no other bits.
The measurement from the center of the BB to the rear of the dropouts is 14-1/4...to the top of the seattube its 11-1/2.
the s# is JL (76). Apparently it was originally green but its currently rattle-can silver.
I would appreciate any guidance.
My collection (preferred way of saying "pile")of bikes currently numbers fifteen from '34 to '88 and includes ballooners/lightweights/roadsters/varsinentals/Twinns/Mountains, but no "muscle" bikes for comparison in my garage.


   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Junior/midget/ whatsit? posted by Kim on 3/23/2003 at 1:41:46 PM
Is the headtube electro-forged?
Is the kickstand bolt-on or integrated?

   RE:RE:AGE / VALUE:   Junior/midget/ whatsit? posted by Ricky on 3/23/2003 at 4:04:53 PM
Its all EF'd and it has the welded-on k/stand. Apparently, its a "StingRay Midget, but not proven yet.
Ther're some pics here
http://www.pbase.com/image/14546882
Take a look, let me know what you see.






WANTED:   Ram's Horn Violet Bar tape posted by: Scott Smith on 3/19/2003 at 11:21:25 PM
Hi, I'm restoring my fastback, originally purchased new in '67. To complete I need bar tape, rear deflector, and spedo cable. Any help greatly appreciated.







AGE / VALUE:   Ram's Horn Violet Bar tape posted by: Scott Smith on 3/19/2003 at 11:21:25 PM
Hi, I'm restoring my fastback, originally purchased new in '67. To complete I need bar tape, rear deflector, and spedo cable. Any help greatly appreciated.







AGE / VALUE:   Murry Eliminator on e- bay posted by: humberchristopher28@hotmail.com on 3/19/2003 at 12:21:22 AM
E- bay item #2165674711
1969 Murry F1 Eliminator Mark 1 musclebike.
Not my auction, no relation to seller.

Well, this is interesting to see as I have this chainguard. Same shape and color but I'm not sure if it's a mark 1 or Mark 2.
Anyways we got a ladder and I pulled it down from the wall and took it home. One lone scratched and rusty chainguard.

This bike is about as mint as they get. All complete no trace of rust. Origainal paint. Beautiful!
E- bay is helping me to get an exact idea what goes on what bike. I recognized the chainguard and now with this picture I understand what model it goes to. Wonderful!
How often do these in this shape pop up on e- bay?


   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Murry Eliminator on e- bay posted by Shannon Reynolds on 3/19/2003 at 10:32:02 AM
For anything you may want to know about the F-Series Eliminator, check out my webpage. It's the only page about them on the net as far as I know.

http://webpages.charter.net/jareynolds/Eliminator_Webpage/Murray_Eliminator.htm

The bikes appear on ebay occaisonally in almost every imaginable condition. Just keep looking for all the different model names they were produced under and you'll see a bunch of different kinds.

I recently added to my page a pair of stencils to download so folks could recreate the '68 F-1 Eliminator's fork darts. The pictures and measurements I created the stencil from was in fact sent to me by the person running the auction you mentioned. They were nice enough to take a few good closups of it.

If anyone has info to share about these bikes I'd love to hear from you.

   RE:RE:AGE / VALUE:Murry Eliminator on e- bay posted by Chris on 3/19/2003 at 6:28:54 PM
Wow. Your answer is partly why I write my posts. To flush out answers so folks find out.(myself included)
Wonderful! Keep up your great work!

   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Murry Eliminator on e- bay posted by Catfood Rob on 3/22/2003 at 2:04:31 PM
Excellent website Shannon.
You obviously spnt a long time doing it..congratulations.

   RE:RE:AGE / VALUE:   Murry Eliminator on e- bay posted by Shannon Reynolds on 3/22/2003 at 6:51:46 PM
Thanks for the good word on my page. I enjoy working on it as I have a deep seated love for the F-Series Eliminator. (Stems I guess from me having one as a kid.) Keep watching the page in the future as I'll be adding more pics and working to organise the information better.

Once again, if anyone wants to share info and or pics of their F-Series bike, please contact me. Also, If anyone wants to link the page on your own bike page, please feel free to do so. Just let me know that you have and I'll recipricate the link to your page in return.






AGE / VALUE:   4sale: vroom bike posted by: tom on 3/19/2003 at 12:09:12 AM
hey, i have a purple vroom bike project it has a repainted sissy bar but can give u an extra one if u buy bike has no vroom no chainguard and seat has been repainted i think. 85 shipped email me for pics


   RE:AGE / VALUE:   4sale: vroom bike posted by JimW. on 3/27/2003 at 4:56:14 PM
There's a Vroom motor on eBay now. Not working, but I can't imagine it being too difficult to fix; after all, it's not a real engine, so probably only has a bad electric motor, or wiring break in it. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=719&item=3124026160&rd=1






WANTED:   Huffy Corvair posted by: Al on 3/18/2003 at 6:28:13 AM
Huffy Corvair.
I have a picture of one If you wish to see one , ask and I will send.
Thanks
Al


   RE:WANTED:   Huffy Corvair posted by bozo on 3/22/2003 at 11:22:22 PM
I have a nice Huffy Camaro i'd like to sell you. it's orange. i was told it's a 1970.
billh

   RE:RE:WANTED:   Huffy Corvair posted by Al on 3/31/2003 at 7:25:28 PM
Hey , I would like to see some pics of that Camaro and let me know how much you want for it
Al

   RE:WANTED:   Huffy Corvair posted by Dale Paul on 4/15/2003 at 9:37:33 PM
I have a Huffy Corvair I will sell

   RE:RE:WANTED:   Huffy Corvair posted by kevin closs on 11/9/2006 at 9:14:31 PM
i have what i think is a huffy corvair girls bike been on internet all night trying to find one to see what year it is it say corvair on the side tank can anybody send me a picture of one or tell me what year it would be close to its blue with tank and rear fender seat or something if any is intrested in it email me at www.sweetwilly72@hotmail.com thanx alot
by: 68.103.73.107






WANTED:   a frame (older style) 20" for customizing posted by: mike on 3/17/2003 at 6:40:00 PM
I whant to turn it into a chopper cruser.


   RE:WANTED:   a frame (older style) 20 posted by Joel on 3/18/2003 at 10:18:31 PM
I have a few interesting frames for sale.

   RE:RE:WANTED:   a frame (older style) 20 posted by mike on 3/19/2003 at 8:15:39 PM
email me how much






MISC:   Columbia supersport posted by: Charlie on 3/15/2003 at 4:42:52 AM
Hi,I need help getting info.on the columbia SS5 chopper,1970 or 1971,how many were made,what would you pay for one now,ect.







WANTED:   Stingray chain guards posted by: Harry on 3/14/2003 at 7:19:46 PM
Does anybody know of where I might be able to get reproduction krate chain guards. Like the ones they had on the reproduction apple krates, but is there a place where I can buy just the guard? Any help would be greatly apreciated.

Thanks, Harry


   RE:WANTED:   Stingray chain guards posted by Richard on 3/16/2003 at 2:17:26 AM
I have a reproduction Krate chainguard still in the bag.






MISC:   WHOLESALE DEALERS posted by: charles on 3/14/2003 at 2:03:56 AM
HI I WAS JUST WONDERING IF A WHOLESALE DEALER COULD EMAIL ME BECAUSE I WANT TO BECOME A DEALER AND I NEED A CATALOG TO BUY WHOSALE PARTS FROM. PLEASE HELP ME OUT THATKYOU


   RE:MISC:   WHOLESALE DEALERS posted by Gmain on 3/23/2003 at 7:10:24 AM
Its pretty simple operation, find your chosen supplier, and they will send you a form to fill out. All you need then is a DBA, a federal tax number or EIN, Pictures of your storefront, copy of your company insurance policy, and a satisfactory credit report. Then once you meet their guidelines, you can make a minimum order, anywhere from $500 on up. OR you can just buy the stuff online wholesale from any one of a number of places that are out there busy taking away the living from all the LBS nationwide. hope you can fix it.






WANTED:   Tires: Schwinn Fastback posted by: MikeD on 3/13/2003 at 6:36:58 PM
I am looking for a tire set for a Schwinn Fastback (actually, a girls version of) - I'd like new, or new looking.. and it matters not if they are original, only that they fit and look good.
What are they? 20x 1 3/8 ???

Thank you in advance..
Mike







AGE / VALUE:   1974 schwinn stingray posted by: kev hill on 3/12/2003 at 1:28:44 PM
I've got a 1974 schwinn stingray winging (floating?) it's way across the atlantic to the uk at the moment, but it's without wheels. I've been offered a set of wheels from a 1976 'ray, with a bendix coaster, and I was wondering if these are the correct issue for my stingray. Are all wheels individually dated / different or are these wheels what would have originally been fitted?
Also, from the pictures I saw when I bought it, it doesn't have a brake hole in the front fork - does this mean it's a coaster? (I realise that a coaster fork could have been put on the bike) - thanks


   RE:AGE / VALUE:   1974 schwinn stingray posted by Drew on 3/16/2003 at 12:36:37 PM
I'm pretty sure that the only difference is that the brake arm on the rear wheel of a '74 would say "Bendix 70" (this used from '70-'75) and in 1976 Schwinn started using one marked "Bendix 76 Mexico". Schwinn started to outsource parts of their bikes to save money. You could ju8st find a Bendix 70 brake arm and put it on the wheel. Also, if there is no brake whole on the freont fork, it must be a coaster.

   RE:AGE / VALUE:   1974 schwinn stingray posted by kev on 3/16/2003 at 3:03:51 PM
Thanks very much Drew, thats a very handy bit of info.
Cheers - kev

   RE:AGE / VALUE:   1974 schwinn stingray posted by stuart on 3/18/2003 at 5:11:57 AM
i have a bendix 70 brake arm. If your interested, e-mail me
thanks






WANTED:   Stingray Basic deluxe posted by: Steve Carey on 3/11/2003 at 2:57:41 PM
I'm looking to buy a decent basic single speed Stingray no frills bike. Flamboyant green or Coppertone are preferred but will consider all bikes. I'm also looking for a boys Stingray fork and/or frame. And also a "leopard pattern" banana seat. I had one of these as a kid and would love to have one again. I'm 48 now and just getting back to "Stingray Love". thanks, Steve