I have decided to sell my 1938 Cleveland Welding Company 3-Gill.
This is a 100% complete original bike with very rare "reverse" paint scheme. Original paint, original seat, original tank and light, original reflector. Steering lock (no key).
Comes with the original light and switch hardware...
Thank you. Are they poorly constructed and wobbly, or flimsy?
Is the folding joint weak or adequate?
I'm thinking of picking one up pretty cheap, but it needs some work. And I'd like to be able to actually use it from the back of my car on occasion.
Does anyone know much about these old bikes? Junk?
Possibly good daily rider and folding bike for a trunk?
Edit: Brevettato means "Patented" in Italian, so that isn't the name of the bike apparently!
What is this worth? Is this a unique bike or just junk? Could this be a good daily rider to put in my trunk?
I've never heard of this bike before.
Heres a link to my restored '41 Westfield. There is a pic of the appropriate badge, though it's old and worn. I have since replaced it with a nice one, but hopefully you can get the idea.