MISC:   Help me learn about my SCHWINN posted by: kerri on 9/4/2007 at 9:38:46 PM
Hi I just inherited a Schwinn Spitfire, I have been researching the serial number and come up with nothing its T37333 I'd like to learn more about this bike, year made, value etc... and eventually learn to restore it. Can anyone please help me with more info???

WANTED:   decals posted by: greg roesch on 9/4/2007 at 5:52:48 PM
i have a rusted old coast-to-coast hardware "cutlass" single speed. found some bits of paint for a color match, where can I find decals? i'm going blind from internet searches. thanks

MISC:   Huffy Space Invaders Bike posted by: Stacey on 9/4/2007 at 6:49:09 AM
I was trying to find out some information on a Huffy Space Invaders Bicycle that I have had for awhile. Would like to know when it was made and for how long. I cannot find anything about this Bike. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks!

FOR SALE:    Dutch Bicycle - Batavus Crescendo - Men's Frame 57" posted by: Will Batista on 9/3/2007 at 4:43:36 PM
Beautiful 7-speed original dutch commuter bicycle imported from The Netherlands. Disk brakes, sturdy trunk rack, mounted lock with two working keys. Shock absorver on seatpost and front fork. Full chainguard cover. Front Dynamo. Front and back light. Original Batavus airpump. Adjustable handlebar.

All original parts, selling because I have too many bikes. Bike is located in New York City. Buyer pays for packing and shipping. Would prefer local sale. See more pictures at http://picasaweb.google.com/panchothepug/BicycleForSale57BatavusCrescendo

This bike gives English bikes a run for their money.

Price at 1,100.00


WANTED:   Seat post bolt posted by: Julia on 9/3/2007 at 12:49:19 PM
I have a 1960's girls Road Master w/tank and the seat post bolt is lost. It's the kind without the clamp (I belive it's called an expander bolt similar to the kind that is used in the headset) can anyone please help me find one or direct me to where I might get one???? Thanks a bunch!!!

   RE:WANTED:   Seat post bolt posted by Gordon on 9/3/2007 at 6:50:12 PM
Do you need just the bolt or the entire seat tube, bolt, wedge assembly?