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AGE / VALUE: need help identifying make an year.posted by: thomas holtsmaster
on 6/19/2011 at 4:06:49 PM
i need help identifying a bike i got at flea market. was told it was possibaly late 1920 schwinn any help would be greatly appreciated. i can send pic to ur email .
Replies: RE:AGE / VALUE: need help identifying make an year.posted by ken on 6/21/2011 at 10:20:24 AM
I'd like to see it & help if I can.
RE:AGE / VALUE: need help identifying make an year.posted by darren on 6/30/2011 at 9:13:47 PM
i have around a 20 inch or smaller bicycle cant find any numbers or letters on it.it has hard rubber tires round handle bars metal fenders and a letter G imprint on the back of the metal seat very thick spokes. does anyone know what kind of bike i may have or the year and make. i wish i could find a discription and a possible buyer for this antique bicycle i will send pic after any info. by: 22.214.171.124
RE:AGE / VALUE: need help identifying make an year.posted by Rob Peterson on 7/15/2011 at 6:49:14 AM
1890's (?) Gormally & Jeffrey man's bicycle. Unrestored, very good condition. Has chain link tires on steel rims. (Were these original?) I understand Mr. Jeffrey invented the clincher rim, but I cannot determine if the tires are clinchers or glue-ons. The tires are hard and I do not want to try messing with them and buggering them up. by: 126.96.36.199
RE:AGE / VALUE: need help identifying make an year.posted by dee on 9/5/2011 at 3:05:17 PM
I have this old bicycle and have no ideal the brand or age, I do believe it is 1960's has hard solid rubber tires 10" it stands about 14 -16 " in height, the front has a spot that looks like a fake light, maybe the name was there, it has been painted over many times, it probably wasn't very expensive due to the family it came from by: 188.8.131.52
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