| Hi, |
Looking for an orig paint GREEN 6 hole carrier for a post war Schwinn B-6. Have cash or trade material. Thanks, Alan Astreamliner@aol.com
| Looking for a pair of 20 x 2.125 WW's -- ideally Western Flyer for a post war 20 incher. Have cash or trade material available. Thanks, Alan |
| I have a 70's white and turquoise ten speed Raleigh in good condition that I'd like to sell. What's the best way to determin a fair price? |
| The fair price is determined by selling it. |
To estimate its value you can compare it with similar others, so you need to know what you have. Begin by identifying every component on the bike. Hubs, derailleurs, cranks, calipers, levers, bars and stem distinguish one model from another. Many have dates of manufacture, and where they were made is significant. Visit retroraleighs.com and compare models until you can come close. Then, if you can't find a comparable on ebay, post again here with all the data. Note please that unless your bike has Campagnolo components or a full dress touring rig it isn't likely to be collectible. Lots of good bikes aren't worth much more than it costs to ship them.
| If bike still available I would be interested in seeing what you have? I have a violet and white Raleigh Lenton Sport.|
| I need a 40 hole coaster brake hub for some wheels I am having built. I don't want the internal shifting hub. anyone have a single speed 40 hole coaster brake hub?|
| hey mark|
do you want a 24 in?
i have a bendix 24 in but im not sure im up to selling it yet
| My Dad had one when he was a kid and he had mentioned that he would like another one, it was red and white and had square fenders. If you know where I could get one please let me know. I assure you it will be loved and taken care of.|
| Well its was nice to come across your posting for an Interceptor bicycle. My brother brought 1 down from California, and ask me to do so research on it. I believe he would like to sell it. However I do not know if is a 100. All I can go off is, that it is an Interceptor, That is printed on the chain guard.|