After lacing a sturmey 3 speed coaster brake hub to the rear DL 1 28" wheel, I removed the wood wheels and made this antique very rideable. I had to rip the old gal apart to straighten the frame and when I reassembled, I adjusted the handle bars to where they looked good and not where they were...
Thanks Mike, My thought was to find a place where I could put the collection with prices, pics and descriptions for all 85 bikes. I did not want to deal with needing to relist or bump the postings as I expect the to be a multi year sale. I could simply repost the link when it got stale. It...
I need to sell about 25 of my 85 bikes. Bikes are posted with pricing based on how much I like them. Delivery or meet up preferred (100 miles around New London) after payment is made. Shipping is an option when I can find bike boxes.
I will be posting...
Since I wanted to ride this 1917 Ranger and did not want to risk the wood rims, I have replaced the old wheels with Raleigh DL-1 rod brake 28 x 1.5 inch wheels. I then laced a 40 hole 3 sp coaster hub on the rear wheel. I had found a pre WW1 S/A handle bar shifter (that I can get second and...
Will clean up pretty well
SOLD so far: Front wheel, rear rim, seat, Tyres, pedals
Fenders and CG are rattle can olive drab and may clean up as black paint is intact
Text me for specific pricing and better pics
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I had a tremendous run on the 37 Rollfast "Black Death". She was smooth and steady on Rte 1 in Lyme CT. No ticks were spotted.
Did 15 miles or so and then Clammed for lunch.
Ended the day on the 70 Triumph!
Things I have said too many times: "I can save that chrome", "That tank (or head light or seat or rack or...) should be pretty easy to find.", "It's not that bent" and "Looks like the paint will come back."
I found this 57 Columbia American in late January of this year. I have a heated garage...