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Please see in the pictures that the wrapper is tattered and wrinkled (you would be to if you were over 70 years old! :), but is still legible and strong enough to hold the pedals. Also note that someone wrote "Juvenile" on them at some point.
Here we have 4 juvenile bike pedals, 3 Persons, 1 Torrington. All new old stock, but 2 matching Persons are both left threaded, 1 Persons right thread, and the single Torrington Jr is left thread. Asking $100 shipped.
I have what appears to be a (circa) 1897 Gendron No. 3 juvenile ladies bicycle in rough, but nearly complete condition. Paint is old red, seat is leather and intact, chain guard, fender, wheel rims, and handlebar are all wood. Tires are probably original, but entirely unusable.
Has any body...
So picked this project up a few weeks ago and it's basically the last thing I want to sell but I have to raise some cash for something else.
This is a 24" bike. Frame measures 14 1/2" to the center of the crank.
Fenders are not OG and I have 24" braces on the way. Not 100% they are for a 24"...
New Old Stock, Dog Leg crank. Marked "A3" "510". Arms are 5.5" long center to center. Presume replacement for Prewar Schwinn Juvi bikes. 28tpi threads. Excellent original condition. Just slight shop wear from decades of storage. Un-cleaned, just as found. $50 shipped OBO.
Maroon Bakelite prewar plastic or hard rubber seat for kids bicycle or tricycle with springs and seat post. A bit dusty but very nice condition. Saddle width is 7" and the length is 7 1/2". $45 Shipped PayPal F&F, 3%, or USPS Postal MO.
Evans Sonic Scout Jr
$225 plus shipping
Evans achieved a really cool look with uniquely styled flat sided fenders and rack on the Sonic Scout....
the original paint scheme used darker contrasting sidewall striping pattern that gives the flatwall fenders a illusory curved...
1948 24 inch Schwinn Juvenile (BOCX), Red & Ivory. See photo in corner (that's me on Christmas Day 1948). $37.50 is what we paid for it.
As photo of Before shows I try not to redo a bike that has it's original appeal intact. Usually they have been repainted and beyond saving as original.