Slowly saving the Survivor!
Leaving the 54 Schwinn Streamliner, OG paint and parts as much like they were as possible when it was taken apart and boxed up years back. Next, bearings and hubs! Really liking this ole boy!
For Sale: Montgomery Ward Service Dept. Sign!
Heavy porcelain, heavy shelving, self framed, dated 1956, 6' x 1'. Sign is in very good condition.
$650.00, would prefer pickup or meet. So. E. Kansas. 1-620-820-9339. Thanks, Chris.
Finally had the chance to get the 70 lb. WWII damaged, (most likely made in the teens) "Victoria Road" sign hung. The sign was broken into 4 pieces as a result of an HE-111 crash at Clacton England. I decided to have it professionally repaired (cast iron) while letting the original cracks show.
Winter Project! The old boy (original owner) had kept this bike since his childhood. Years back, he decided to take the bike apart, with the intention of restoring it (thank god he didn't). The bike has sat in boxes for years since then.
The basket/boxed OG paint 54 Streamliner is coming along slow but sure!
Finally fought off the 65 yearold safety tape!
Trying to keep everything just like it was when original owner took it apart 20 years ago. Thank the lord he never had the chance to start restoring it!
One of the fun picks this weekend. 40s German Ferbedo Scooter. Original scooter, just needs a good clean up, grips and air up the tires. These were pretty cool scooters, featuring some of the big bike goodies of the day. Drop center wheels, with air filled tires, rain gutter style fenders, even...
Wow, cool bike (I've said this before in the past), trim package has alot to do with the year! While most of us Monark lovers would consider this a Deluxe Rocket, it is not the Holy Grail of Monarks, just a cool variation of the Rocket! In the ad I read "NOS" replacement for the headlight cover...