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WANTED Need Parts and Info on a Columbia Twosome
« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2011, 09:09:59 am »
Posted on: 1-1-2009 by Dave
I have what I think is a Columbia Twosome tandem. It matches several pictures of Twosomes I~ve seen but could be a rip-off. I need to know where to look for the serial number. I also need a chain guard (it appears to be a two-piece chain guard - but the pictures I~ve seen make it look like its one piece - that~s why I think it could be a knock-off). Any other advise or info on where to get parts would be appreciated!
Dave - near Tampa

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Posted on: 1-2-2009 by Patrick
I have a white ~70~s something Columbia Twosome. Mine has a one piece chainguard. I~ve looked on mine for a serial number and had no luck either. It~s stored nowbut I~ll look real good again in the spring. If you find yours please post it here. ThanksPat
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WANTED 69 Sears Screamer Seat Reflector Housing
« Reply #2 on: November 09, 2011, 09:09:59 am »
Posted on: 1-1-2009 by Jim
I am looking for the reflector housing on the back of the 1969 Sears Screamer seat (moulded style seat). It doesn~t matter if the chrome is bad but must not have any cracks.
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FOR SALE mario confente
« Reply #3 on: November 09, 2011, 09:09:59 am »
Posted on: 1-1-2009 by joe englert
beutiful mario confente bike all original perfect cond.58 cm. 9000.00 in no.california
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Posted on: 4-24-2009 by joe
did you sell this bike yet?  have any pictures?

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Posted on: 4-24-2009 by joe
did you sell this bike yet?  have any pictures?

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Posted on: 8-6-2009 by Paul Hillman
I have for sale 2 Mario Confente pieces of literature. 1 is in perfect condition and the other is just OK. Is there any interest in these items?
       Thanks
           Paul
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Posted on: 11-12-2009 by joe
do you still have the brochures?  thanks
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Posted on: 12-20-2009 by Mauro
I~m Mauro from Verona (Italy) and I~m looking for a Confente bike. If if anyone has a Confente to sell please contact me.
travellers@tiscali.it
Ciao
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MISC HELP!
« Reply #4 on: November 09, 2011, 09:09:59 am »
Posted on: 1-3-2009 by david maronda
the bike looks like a schwinn.  on outside back left rear of frame a stamp that reads  Y6902355   WHAT IS IT?
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Posted on: 1-5-2009 by ken
More info please. From the number it~s not a Schwinn Columbia or Murray but that leaves all the rest... (Schwinn and Columbia lists are available on this site. Murray numbers are longer and segmented.)
If you can post or send detailed photos of the bike and its components someone will be able to help.
You can compare it with pictures on this site or at nostalgic.net looking at frame design and chainwheel for a good match.
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WANTED monarch bike
« Reply #5 on: November 09, 2011, 09:09:59 am »
Posted on: 1-4-2009 by jim
I~m looking for a monarch bike bought new in 1953.
Metallic green in color with turn signals horn light
built in front fender. Maybe it was called a silver king.
It was the top of the line in 1953.
Maybe somebody knows of one today. Please e-mail
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Posted on: 1-5-2009 by Jim
Sounds more like a Monark Holiday.
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Posted on: 1-5-2009 by jj
The Silver King was all aluminum (silver not green).
Have a look at the Monarchs in the picture database here to determine the model.
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WANTED Fendersrack for Peugeot folder
« Reply #6 on: November 09, 2011, 09:09:59 am »
Posted on: 1-4-2009 by Jim
I have a 1973 Peugeot folding bike that is missing the fenders and rear rack. Bike has 22" wheels. Looking for something in very good cond. Let me know what you have. Thanks.


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FOR SALE 1930s-1940s Elgin Girls Bike Complete
« Reply #7 on: November 09, 2011, 09:09:59 am »
Posted on: 1-4-2009 by Charles
I have an old Girls Elgin Bike from on or about the 1930s-40s. I wish to sell it and know i can break it down and sell parts individually. I~d rather sell it whole.
Anyone interested ? I just saw the reflector sell on Ebay for $33.00 so i know i have a Good Deal here. This bike is needing only a seat. I can provide pictures through my e-mail.
Charles
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Posted on: 1-4-2009 by Charles
My E-mail is flowerswarren@aol.com
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WANTED
« Reply #8 on: November 09, 2011, 09:09:59 am »
Posted on: 1-4-2009 by Mark Newman
I every one  Can you help ?  I need a ~Shimano Selecta Crank Arm right or Left.  

Can anyone help ? Happy riding  my email is luckylucas333@hotmail.com   cheers Mr Lucky Luke

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WANTED Front wheel for 1970 Phillips 3 speed
« Reply #9 on: November 09, 2011, 09:09:59 am »
Posted on: 1-5-2009 by Scott Brand
Need a front wheel for a 26 inch Phillips 3 speed.
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FOR SALE BROOKS #72 Leather saddle 1967
« Reply #10 on: November 09, 2011, 09:09:59 am »
Posted on: 1-6-2009 by Steve
Brooks #72 leather saddle removed from a 1967 Raleigh Sports. Buyer wanted a comfort seat. Good condition. Will ship worldwide. $35 plus shipping.
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Posted on: 1-8-2009 by Brian
Hi Steve
Is the saddle still available?  How is the condition?  I have a 71 Humber with a mattress saddle that I would like to replace.

Brian
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Posted on: 1-10-2009 by Steve
Yes it is. Contact me by e mail I can send pix.
Esteban49   over at webkraft.net
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FOR SALE N.O.S. JOS Type P generator light
« Reply #11 on: November 09, 2011, 09:09:59 am »
Posted on: 1-6-2009 by Tim
If intrested please check out auction at EBAY.
Auction #190278473223  
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FOR SALE Mondia
« Reply #13 on: November 09, 2011, 09:09:59 am »
Posted on: 1-6-2009 by Gary
I am selling my old tired Mondia.  I do not know its approx. value.

Any tips?  Ideas?
Thanks
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Posted on: 1-9-2009 by ken
what groupo? the price guide on sheldonbrown.com mentions Mondia.
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MISC Bike Polish?
« Reply #14 on: November 09, 2011, 09:09:59 am »
Posted on: 1-6-2009 by PAT
Howdy and Happy New Year.

When cleaning up my 1961 Raleigh what should I use to polish it? It~s all original paint and logos.Would something like NU FINISH (for cars) be good? I want something that will protect it as well as clean it up and make her shine. After all I~m still trying to sell it!

Thanks for the help.
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Posted on: 1-9-2009 by ken
I think Nu Finish is a good choice. I~ve used car wax successfully especially where the paint was fading; but you want to make sure it~s good and clean first. Soap and water or a mild degreaser like simple green is a good first step. Unless the damage is already done avoid anything abrasive including scotchbrite or steel wool which will haze chrome and paint.
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Posted on: 1-11-2009 by PAT
Thanks Ken for your spic ~n~ span advice. When (IF!) the weather warms up I~ll have a back porch project.
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