MISC:   Falcon San Remo posted by: Bill Mendell on 7/24/2007 at 6:49:38 PM
I have a Falcon serial number K24263; I "rescued"
it in 1972 from a LBS after someone left it with
a deposit for "servicing" and paint; customer
never returned. I have many thousands of miles
on it including two noteworthy crashes:
a) shattered hip in 1973 and b) tracheotomy in 1977.
Can someone confirm that my Falcon is a San Remo;
and identify year of mfg.?

MISC:   Starjet Unknown Maker posted by: Craig on 7/24/2007 at 6:40:26 PM
Does anyone no the maker and year of the Starjet Deluxe. It is blue with twin headlights in tank. It has 26x1.75 Goodyear Wingfoot tires. Any info would be helpful.

MISC:   Browning 10-speed posted by: George on 7/24/2007 at 2:58:33 PM
I have an old (mid 1970's) Browning (as in Browning Arms) 10-speed and am trying to determine if it's worth saving or should haul it to the dump. It's in good shape, but have not been able to find much information on it online. Any recommendations as to where I might find a value would be greatly appreciated.

   RE:MISC:   Browning 10-speed posted by ken on 7/25/2007 at 7:45:31 AM
I parted out a Browning from about that era that was a boat anchor. It was the economic equivalent of this year's $75 xmart mountain bike.

   RE:MISC:   Browning 10-speed posted by Dana C. Lakatos on 8/8/2007 at 9:06:16 PM
Trying to restore a 33y/o browning 10 speed Grade I, I have owned since original purchase(1974)as my 1st riding bike. Need spec's and suggestions on obtaining paint numbers,etc. Any help you can possibly give or suggestons in obtaining parts etc. Thanks, Dana C

MISC:   schwinn fat tire bicycle posted by: earl on 7/24/2007 at 1:57:57 PM
i have a old 1947-49 schwinn fat tire bicycle and would like to know what kind of price i was sitting on if any one has any idea of what the price range is from rideable to fully restored thanks to anyone who helps.

   RE:MISC: schwinn fat tire bicycle posted by sean on 7/25/2007 at 9:00:50 AM
Well i wold have to see some pics.Is it a 20",24"26"or27" tire size?Is it a boys or girls bicycle?well my friend it comes down to one thing in the vintage bicycle world condision.If it was a boys 26" in mint depending on model you can expect from $450.00-$8,900 in poor shape don't hope for more than $75.00-$200.Girls bike 26" depending on model in mint $320-$1,500 possably more depends on several factors.Poor condision look for appx $50-$150.If its in good shape as is leave it don't try to restore it.Originals always get more $$$$

   RE:RE:MISC: schwinn fat tire bicycle posted by earl on 7/25/2007 at 12:17:41 PM
it is a boys 26inch it is not in the greatest shape so i do plan to restore it what would your guess be fully restored??

   RE:RE:RE:MISC: schwinn fat tire bicycle posted by ken on 7/26/2007 at 9:37:58 AM
what model? Have you looked at the price guide on this site (which may be high IMO)? Track comparables on eBay, or look up previous results on Copake auction. Note, restoration may hurt the value.

   RE:MISC: schwinn fat tire bicycle posted by earl on 7/26/2007 at 2:35:28 PM
I believe it is either an autocycle or b-6 it is rideable now the frame is a bit rusty and the wheels are as well the fenders have a few small rust dots but still shine but like i said it is rideable bothe tires still hold air but the seat is a bit torn up what would you recomend sell it as is or restore it??

WANTED:   bmx cranks posted by: Jerry Kniffen on 7/24/2007 at 1:04:59 PM
hello everyone, i do realize most people who post things on this site are talking about old school bikes, but i have an '06 redline triple x that i need cranks for. I'm looking for some decent cranks, my top dollar right now is between $100-$120 or so. If you have any good cranks that are 175mm and are made for european style bottom brackets, please e-mail as soon as you can.

   RE:WANTED: bmx cranks posted by sean on 7/25/2007 at 8:49:04 AM
I may have something that will work,I will check the shop is it single peice or multi piece?

   RE:RE:WANTED: bmx cranks posted by Jerry on 7/28/2007 at 11:40:55 AM
I'm looking for a three piece crank