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Here is another rod brake roadster I have for sale. It's a 1951 Dawn Tourist, 26 x 1 3/8 Westrick wheels and the taller 23" frame. This is a very nice original machine with good paint, decals and chrome, nice original patinaed Brooks leather saddle, and all the bling: gearcase, rod brakes...
I found lots of rod brake parts today, but only one side-activated one. It's NOS, by coincidence. We also have new rod brake shoes, lots in stock, and several gearcases for 26 and 28-in-wheel machines.
I found one quadrant shifter on a '39 Raleigh, which I am considering parting out so it may...
Probably this machine would have been fitted with a K hub. "K5" means "1935," by the way.
We have lots of rod brake parts and possibly a proper shifter, certainly a quadrant type, in case you are still looking.
This one is rideable, mostly original, rod brakes, gearcase, Dyno-Hub 3 speed, Brooks leather saddle. Ride it home for $185. I have LOTS of other three and four-speed English roadsters for sale. Time to get out of the business.