| We have a Schwinn and it says Shelby Airflo tires are 26 2.125 it is in Ok shape not great. Just wondering what type of price we could get for it. |
We also have a Deluxe Derby and a Huffy Mainliner any price ideas these are in same kind of shape. Thanks for any info.
| Something wrong here: Schwinn/Shelby. Can you send me a picture please?|
| It is a shelby airflo. I can send you a picture missing the tank and some other small thing.|
| i have to sale a collectiopn of antiques bicycles, can you see in page www.cyclesvictor.unlugar.com, Victor Perez, Argentina|
| I have a old Durkopp bike. Generator in front . Light in front and back. Has spring holder over back tire|
tire on it is 29 x 1 5/8/ x 1 1/4? Anyone have a clue to worth. I rode it the other day. I have a picture I can e mail you
| Here is a folding bike made by Heidemann Werke in Einbeck Germany. I bought it from the original owner who bought it from a VW dealership in Germany in 1963. it folds up and fits in the trunk of a beetle. It is all original. It has a working headlight and taillight and both the front and rear brakes work great.|
| Very nice.|
The best beer I ever tasted, in a long and dedicated career of tasting beers, was from Einbeck.
| I have a 16" AMF Roadmaster Jr. Spiderman Bike. It looks like it might be from the 70s. It has a yellow banana seat with the webbing design. There is some rust but the wheels move freely. I did notice a small slice in the seat. Can anyone tell me the value of this bike?|
I just bought an Austrian built Sears 3 speed, and it has the 3 piece cottered crank and arms...The pedals were both loose and I bought new cotters and tightened the left pedal, but the right was a no-go, so I welded it (yeah, I'm a hillbilly, and a car guy generally). Anyway, I'd like to have a new crank/sprocket/pedal arms on hand for it...where might I find a set without breaking the bank...it doesn't have to be totally original either...just want it to work! Thanks!
| To replace it you'll have to either unweld it or remove and replace the fixed cup. I'd look for another bike, either for parts or as replacement- three speeds that era are usually cheap.|
| Well, I got the whole mess apart and bought a new axle (cottered) so I could just keep my old pedals...don't want to spend much on this thing, even though I now have more in it than I want! Thanks for the help...I'm new to old bikes; glad to have this page as a resource!|