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  1. DaGasMan

    30s bike elgin?

    Add them here. Was wondering what the undercarriage of the seat looked like.
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    30s bike elgin?

    I love the closeup action on the seat. Wasn't sure if it was a desert or elephant skin. 😄
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    Progressive Cycles and Automobile Supply Co. Bengal

    Agreed. I believe E9 is September of 1938. And I love that badge. Such a cool, snarling tiger.
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    G519 Tribute in Action

    You bet Alvin. Almost ready to cruise Jones Beach.
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    Progressive Cycles and Automobile Supply Co. Bengal

    Found this little lady at an antiques fair while out leafing and pumpkin stuff with the family this fall. I cannot believe how beautiful and original she is. The proprietor said, "Nobody wants a girls bike...sure you're interested?" To which I replied (trying to contain my enthusiasm, lest I...
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    Another Bsa Thread With Questions...

    I am planning on adding this to the Classic Balloon Tire Bicycles forum. Here's an example of one of their head badges.
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    G519 Tribute in Action

    Out there braving the cold this past Saturday at the Museum of American Armor at Old Bethpage, Long Island. This was their last Armored Experience for the season, so I wanted to get my G519 tribute out there. Now before anyone decides to use this photo as grounds for an exact original G519...
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    Bevin Bell

    Random scores like that is what keeps me always on the lookout. You never know what's going to turn up. Great find. 👍👍
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    Long Sping Saddle

    This is a great seat at a great price. I believe it's a Persons, but I don't know the era. Good luck with the sale.
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    Help Identifying Western Flyer (1940 by Huffman?)?

    Check out Bergerwerke for the correct G519 Torrington pullback kind of handlebars. Lots of photos of them out there. And it's probably the cheapest part to buy for this type of bicycle, tribute or no. A valve cap may be cheaper, but don't quote me on that. 😉
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    Help Identifying Western Flyer (1940 by Huffman?)?

    Get a chain guard, a proper set of handle bars and some new tires. Couple of spray cans of Krylon OD Green from Lowes and ride it till the wheels fall off !! Welcome to theCABE BTW. 😉 👍
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    I think I picked up a fake g519.

    Well, now we know who won the auction on this one. Congrats. She's a beaut, that's for sure. 👍👍👍
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    G519 Columbia on Facebook

    Got it. As always you are quite the man among knowledgeable men. If ever you consider writing a book on the topic of G519s I would like an autographed copy of the first printing. 😉 Thank you sir.
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    G519?

    Front fender, bell and rear reflector don't appear to be correct. Easy fix there too. Tool kit and tire pump, not so easy. But still, man, I wish I could play the game on this one. Good luck everyone! 😄
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    G519 Columbia on Facebook

    Hi Adrian, On the topic of chainwheels. I see you've noted the 'coffin' style began second quarter (June) 1942 and ran until mid- first quarter (March) 1943, or first quarter (January to February) 1944. Which chainwheel would be most correct for a first quarter (January) 1942 Columbia? Thank you.
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