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  1. gkeep

    New here!! Help i.d. frame..thanks

    Your lucky to have the mudguards and stem with your frame. Here is a shot of the dropouts on the Westfield motorbike frame I found. Is you look at the dropouts you can see where the dropouts enter the tubing they did a nice half round filler to meet the tubing. This may be an older frame? Mine...
  2. gkeep

    Monark silver king?

    The serial number should be under the bottom bracket and that will provide a date. Does this have 24" wheels?
  3. gkeep

    New here!! Help i.d. frame..thanks

    Looking like Westfield with the collared lug on the seat tube cross bar. Good start for a project! Congrats.
  4. gkeep

    New SoCal CL find: 1909 Racycle Rideabout(I think)

    Just like a 60s Mustang, looks fast standing still...;)
  5. gkeep

    Trip3 and Cory,, Is that you

    Just so you don't touch each others faces, touching bikes is ok.;)
  6. gkeep

    1936 Prewar All Aluminum Woman’s Monark Silver King Bicycle - $1000 (redwood city)

    Womans Sliver King with accessories. Is that a seat of distinction under that tattered fabric? https://sfbay.craigslist.org/pen/bik/d/atherton-1936-prewar-all-aluminum/7103639596.html.
  7. gkeep

    The coolest air driven speedometer out there

    40 mph on a tricycle must have been something to see!:cool:
  8. gkeep

    Good first bike for restoration?

    no restoration needed, clean, lube, new tubes/tires and enjoy!
  9. gkeep

    1936 Elgin build

    Really nice looking rider! Put an add in the wanted section and I'll bet someone has a couple of those oiler caps floating around. They were used on so many pieces of machinery there is probably a source for them.
  10. gkeep

    Hendee Mfg Co. / Indian Motocycle Co. Bicycles Information Thread

    Great thread and fantastic new information! I wonder what year this Columbia was built as it does not have the collared lug at the seat tube liek the Westfield Indian frames posted, both photos and particularly the catalog images show that collared joint. For general frame dating purposes it...
  11. gkeep

    What do I have?

    Wow, very "distinctive". I don't think the marketing guy that wrote that had much sense of what would grab the attention of 10 year old boys in 1970s. Cool, heavy, bitchin, stoked maybe but "distinctive"? He must have worked in the department that wrote catalog copy for lamps and silverware...;)
  12. gkeep

    1927 Truss Frame, Schwinn, Excelsior.

    Wow! Really nice cleanup and I like those tires. Were they hard to fit on the original 28" rims? Are they true 28" tires, ISO 642? Beautiful save!
  13. gkeep

    Help! What did I find in the barn? Flying Star, Shelby, Schwinn??

    Nice find! Looks like late 20s to mid 30s bike that originally may have had 28" wheels that someone replaced with 26". The originals rims may have been wood and wore out. I'm surprised that rear mudguard doesn't appear to have holes to lace up a skirt guard. I'm sure by morning someone with way...
  14. gkeep

    Confusing Nut

    A bike with a great story like that deserves to be out on rides! :cool:
  15. gkeep

    1920s elgin mud flap

    1917 Sears Catalog says for the Chief "Front guard fitted with rubber splasher of motorcycle type". https://proteanpaper.com/scart_picture.cgi?comp=howiebik&pic=000000000000009106&part=000000000000009504.