Survivor orphan grips looking for mates! End hole dimensions are approximate and are included to satisfy the pickiest of customers!
$25 shipped each!
Q. Ball End 5.25", hole .155" SOLD
R. Coke Bottle 5 5/16", hole .295
S. Columbia Script 5 3/16", hole .170"
T. Schwinn Chubby 4.5", hole .200"...
I am from portugal, and I finally get a Murray Fire Cheif to restore!!
You can see photos of it her.
The item is in great shape for the project, but since I am used to restore old marklin trains (1930s) to is mint condition as new with all parts from the epoc I intend to do the same...
A couple of decent orphan grips. The Bulldog has no ferrule and has a slit but still usable. The short grip is pretty nice. I ship to lower 48 only-no exceptions. My PM is turned off so please Email me at Oldbikeguy1@hotmail.com Thanks, Shawn
Vintage LEE Nos Waffle grips, Lee #7052 fits 7/8" bars
Great for MX restoration, or maybe early BMX?
Shows shelf wear but Grips have never been removed from package
$20 shipped (1st class - 48 states)
Actual shipping elsewhere
$180 shipped from S. California to 48 states. Bars and grips only. These are very early Racing Drop Bars with original grips. Bars are in nice shape with no deep pitting. Personal message only please PayPal ff. Thanks
Trying to find the trade name or brand of these junior grips - they are circa the 1980's from a defunct bicycle repair shop. They are 3" long for a 3/4' handlebar.
If you can ID the correct maker/model/generic trade name (or make up the best official sounding one) then I will send you a free...
$25 shipped for the grips. Completely usable firm but malleable. One is worn more than the other.
$22 shipped for the clip. Clean and nice, but not overly. Came from an SK.
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Very nice condition. Grips are nice and white still, and have some flex to them.
Came off an early postwar JC Higgins but may be 60's or later. Stamped SEARS.
$30 shipped PP no fees, or $32 as Goods.
Message if interested.
(Double post- accidentally put in complete bikes, awaiting...
Grips are pretty decent for being Og. Perfect for a patina bike.
Large 2 1/4 glass reflector
Smaller looks to be a persons rear fender reflector that has been glued in the back. Pretty hard to find I think.
Nice original grips.Ive never owned this style before!Ive had the "common" coke bottle kind with/without jeweled ends countless times ,but never these. Someone mentioned that they were referred to as "corn cob" grips (I see that resemblance now :D) These are uncleaned.and there is 1 split and...
Very nice set of reproduction TOC cork grips. These are for 7/8" bars and they are 4" long. Bought them for a project and changed course, so no longer need them. They are very impressive.
$48 shipped to the lower 48 states only.
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Okay no real description tonight you all know what you are looking at anyway!
These are all vintage oem grips some older than others but no fakers!
They are all used with various amounts of wear and patina but are clean and ready to rock!
Thanks for looking!;)
#1- #10 pictured below
These oldies are both well used and battle scarred but are awesome early grip sets with authentic patina!
First up are these ancient long Coke bottle grips. These have concave fluting which is nice. They measure 5.5" in length. These each have some large splits a few missing pieces and...
I am going through some old grips i have and am wondering what bicycle they are from or if they are an after market variety. The diameter of the grips may be very slightly larger than standard. The only writing i can find is "pat pend" on the bottom of the grip, near the front. Thanks,
I need a pair of extra long grips for a special TOC restoration.The ones I am looking for came on bikes around 1896. They cover a bit more of the bar and that it is what I need. They look just like these: