FOR SALE:   1962 sting ray oringinal parts posted by: best offer on 6/29/2007 at 10:51:44 AM
I have a 1962 shwinn sting ray want to sell right away. (Best Offer)original parts
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   RE:FOR SALE:   1962 sting ray oringinal parts posted by bob on 6/29/2007 at 8:30:11 PM
how much and where is it located. bob
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   RE:FOR SALE:   1962 sting ray oringinal parts posted by robert Reinders on 7/3/2007 at 8:21:30 PM
Interested. Any pics or more info?
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AGE / VALUE:   nirve ? posted by: KENNY on 6/28/2007 at 4:44:39 PM
I JUST GOT A NIRVE SINGLE SPEED CHOPPER BIKE. I LOOKED AT ALL THE NIRVE BIKES I COULD FIND ON THE NET, YET I CANNOT FIND THE ONE I BOUGHT.ALL THE CHOPPERS (NIRVES) I HAVE SEEN HAVE A 3 X 24 INCH REAR TIRE. MINE HAS A STANDARD 2.1.25 REAR. COULD THIS BE A FAKE ? I STILL THINK THE BIKE IS AWESOME, I JUST WANT TO KNOW THE DEAL. I PAID $200., AND WAS TRYING TO FIND OUT WHAT KIND OF DEAL I GOT .ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED.
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MISC:   DIY modern musclebike posted by: Ed on 6/27/2007 at 6:28:36 PM
I put a custom bike together for my son. I installed a shimano 3 speed hub on a modern freestyle frame. The trick to make the cable routing to work is using the linear v brake stud as a mount for the shift cable. I used a 6mm x 1.00 x 50mm bolt and a homemade alloy L shaped bracket with 2 holes drilled and use a brake cable adjuster to guide and mount it to the alloy bracket. 3 speeds are a big modification to a 1 speed 20 inch wheeled bicycle. The cool factor is knowing that nobody has one like yours. Ed
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FOR SALE:   my guess its in the 60'sGirls Stingray posted by: Ken Jakubowski on 6/25/2007 at 10:37:47 AM
My guess what I have is a girls 20inch stingray In the 1960's Unknown worth I would like to sell but not sure about it value Very little surface rust seat unripped has Schwin tires I live in Waupaca WI anyone know where I can get fair price for this If you E-Mail me can send Pictures
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   RE:FOR SALE:   my guess its in the 60'sGirls Stingray posted by Robert Reinders on 7/3/2007 at 8:24:25 PM
I'm going through waupaca later this month and am looking for a girls bike for my daughter. any pictures available?
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AGE / VALUE:   maroon "open road" musclebike posted by: Bill Grady on 6/24/2007 at 9:45:36 PM
I am looking for information on a bicycle I found at a thrift store. Unfortunately, I am fairly inept at operating computers, so a picture is out of the question.
The bicycle is a 20" musclebike, it is maroon, has a fake gas tank bearing a sticker that reads "Open Road" with some pinstriping around it. It also has a banana seat, ape hangers, chromed chain guard,a rear fender, a fork with springs and a ridiculous amt. of rake, a rear slick, and a chrome headlight. There is evidence of a head tube badge, mostly just sticker residue. The rear hub and coaster brake are labeled Bendix. Everything appears to be original, I am a enthusiast of vintage lightweights, so my knowledge of these bikes is nil, but I would say it is circa late sixties- early seventies. There are no pictures on this site that look quite like this bike- if you know anthing, or where else to look, please help-Bill
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:   maroon posted by nate on 6/25/2007 at 6:20:11 AM
There's a Montgomery Ward Open Road musclebike in the Picture Database here.
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