AGE / VALUE:   Western Flyer replica 1950 posted by: M on 8/20/2007 at 3:55:33 PM
We are looking for a reliable estimate of what one of our bikes is worth. Western Flyer Replica 1950 Deluxe Tank Cruiser, still in the box.

   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Western Flyer replica 1950 posted by nate on 8/21/2007 at 5:27:12 AM
Click on "Price Guide" at the top of this page.

AGE / VALUE:   colson posted by: rose on 8/20/2007 at 2:25:55 PM
I'm looking for a springer for a colson mens 26" dated between 1939 and 1941. let me know if you have one thanks

BALLOON:   ??????? posted by: Jef on 8/19/2007 at 6:23:53 PM
i have a Rugby bike made in St Lois MO this is what is on the tag trying to find out when these where made any help would be nice THANKS
I can send pics if needed

MISC:   Miss Gulch Bicycle Model posted by: Don Billie on 8/19/2007 at 3:37:50 PM
Hello. I am doing research on a pictorial biography
about actress Margaret Hamilton. Do you know what
type of bicycle she was riding in the Wizard of Oz
when she played Miss Gulch?

Thank you in advance.

Don Billie

   RE:MISC:   Miss Gulch Bicycle Model posted by john on 8/21/2007 at 5:49:42 PM
Schwinn heritage site has reference. Copy/past link

   RE:RE:MISC: Miss Gulch Bicycle Model posted by Chris on 9/7/2007 at 12:00:10 PM
And there is no final answer about the bike. The question of:

What brand and model of bike did she ride? and ...........
What happened to the actual bike used in the production of the movie "The Wizard of Oz"

These are questions we never will have answers to.

I love little Toto for biting her on the leg and there are people I'd like to drop a house on too!
Bite her good and we'll get the bike and put it on e- bay!

   RE:RE:RE:MISC: Miss Gulch Bicycle Model posted by chris on 9/7/2007 at 12:01:19 PM
With those English style rod brakes, it was not no Schwinn.......

AGE / VALUE:   Ladies Packard Bike posted by: Ann on 8/19/2007 at 8:04:47 AM
Please help me identify and price my old bike. I have posted to another message board and so far I've learned that it is either a Colson or Roadmaster from the late 30's to early 40's. It is in original condition, and for its age, in relatively good condition. If you would like to see some photos you can e-mail me at Thank you.