MISC:   1961 monarch Galaxie posted by: Matt on 12/17/2006 at 8:12:17 PM
I have a Monarch Galaxie in pretty good condition. Minimal surface rust in a few spots. The whitewall tires are in really good shape. Does anyone have an idea of what this bike is worth?? Thank you in advance for your time.

   RE:MISC:   1961 monarch Galaxie posted by nate on 12/18/2006 at 6:12:34 AM
There are a bunch of 'Monark' bikes in the price guide here. Not sure if Monark and Monarch are the same brand..

   RE:MISC:   1961 monarch Galaxie posted by Matt on 12/20/2006 at 4:04:04 PM
The bike is a Monark Galaxie. There are none in the price guide. Does anyone know a price range for bikes of this make and model??

   RE:RE:MISC:   1961 monarch Galaxie posted by TED on 7/3/2007 at 6:54:31 AM

WANTED:   Raleigh caliper brake posted by: brooks on 12/17/2006 at 7:24:33 PM
Looking for a women's rear caliper brake - pre-60's. Must be the old style which will fit the welded cable tip at the end of the brake cable.

WANTED:   thunderjet posted by: mick on 12/16/2006 at 6:39:53 PM
Im looking for the decals (tank-chain guard)for a 1955 thunderjet (chain bike corp)I want to restore the bike.

thanks Mick

   RE:WANTED:   thunderjet posted by Toby on 3/4/2008 at 9:11:18 PM
I have a bike like yours that I bought at a swap meet when I was drunk about 15 years ago.
I started restoring it, but have taken a new interest in it lately. These old bikes had
the "Thunderjet" logo w/Jet Plane screen printed with paint on the tank and chain guard.
They weren't decals. I am 61 and a dying breed of artists called Sign Painters. I can
reproduce what you want in REAL PAINT!, not computer generated vinyl graphics. I have traced
the logo for my bike and have kept it on file. If you're looking to have someone like me
letter your bike authentically & exact, it would probably cost around $200. E- me back if
even if that shocks you. I have to make a living, but it would be great to talk about the bikes
even if you don't want my services. Thanks, hope to hear from you....Toby

FOR SALE:   Moving-Must Sell Old Stuff posted by: jim on 12/15/2006 at 1:58:54 PM
If anyone is interested I have the following in my basement that need to go away...soon. Please let me know if you need a photo or more info. Thanks!
1. 70's Raleigh International 60cm Campy/Weinmann, tubies. Gold, exc. cond.
2. 70's Raleigh Competition GS 58cm, Campy/Weinmann, missing rear wheel. Black. Good cond.
3. Miyata Sixten touring bike, 56cm, perfect. 80's vintage?
4. Ladies Triumph middleweight 1spd. fair-good cond.
5. Mens 1965 Galaxy Flyer(?) 1spd. repainted, good cond.
6. Ladies Columbia American 1spd. Bendix 3spd. fair
7. Mens Humber middleweight SA 3spd. fair-good cond.
8. Scwinn Unicycle, chrome, 24 x 13/4


   RE:FOR SALE:   Moving-Must Sell Old Stuff posted by karl on 12/17/2006 at 3:26:23 PM
Hi, Interested in the International, The Competition. the Miyata nad the schwinn unicycle. Pics and prices if avaiable please. Thansk alot Karl

   RE:FOR SALE:   Moving-Must Sell Old Stuff posted by Brooks on 12/17/2006 at 7:16:22 PM
Please provide more info on the Humber. Many thanks!

FOR SALE:   1952 hawthorne ward posted by: sean on 12/14/2006 at 10:41:06 PM
For sale 1940's-50's hawthorne ward ladies bike.90% restored.Overall grate shape.Go to myspace to see pic serch by email adresse revelution_resto@yahoo.com

   RE:FOR SALE:   1952 hawthorne ward posted by Troy Tarpley on 12/26/2006 at 7:42:24 PM
How much? Where's it located?