Yes you are right the bike was sadly parted out on ebay. I only managed to win the frame but with the help of the late cabe member Filmonger supplied me with some parts to get the bike useable again.
Here is the serial number for your hope it helps.
I now own the 1920s Simmons Westminster Camel Back FB1. I do have a NBAHH appraisal that confirms it was built in 1920 by the Miami Cycles & Mfg, Co Middletown OH.
I could send you a photo of the serial number if it would help with your research.
In the UK we have a book called The Ivel Story by John Moffitt. John owned an Ivel tractor and he decided to write the Ivel history from push bike to tractor, including motor cycles and motor cars.
Below are a few pages I have copied to give you an idea of what is in the book. I will tell you...
I bought several items off Filmonger and always found him to be a real gentleman. On reading this posting, I did a quick search on the net and although I cannot be certain, a person with the same name and living in the same town, Dublin who also originated from the US passed away on 30th Sept...
Hi I am interested in the crank and chain ring if its still available. I am restoring a similar bike that I think may be a Miami juvenile frame. I am a novice so any advice would be a great help. Julie.