Hey folks, I'm looking for a good early skip tooth block-chain. If you have one hanging around catching webs that you may want to part with please let me know. Have attached a pic of my very worn and tired block in the hope someone takes pitty on me :-) Thanks
Trying to find any information on this saddle from my 1910ish big K badged Kenwood. Has (or had...) a plywood sub-base and I assume a stuffed leather top. Seams like saddles seem to be found in intact condtion or bare frames and not a lot in between so I haven't been able i.d. it.
Officially for sale,
Early 1900's Pierce shaft drive cushioner, this one is a project.
Bad... Missing lots of paint and the nickle plating is pretty much gone, wrong seat, wrong front wheel. Fork has an older repair, will need a proper repair to be rideable. The worst of the rust seems to be...
Anyone know who made this frame? I can not find any seriel numbers. Also want to sell it so what do you think someone would purchase it for?
Top tube looks fillet brazed to head tube but can not say for sure.
I Have this Spring Set i am trying to identify, The Tensionar should be a dead giveaway, I Have seen something similar on a super Early Brooks.
Also Looking for Pictures of the leather top on this TOC Crescent Saddle
any help appreciated
Prices vary from 10 to 50 plus shipping from Wisconsin. Please message the inches of top of brace to center of axel mount and your phone number for quickest service. If you do not see brace you need in photos please ask because these are just a few I busted out for photos.
5 chains on the block... 1" skip block style, LINKS not froze.
Top "A" to "E" bottom
A). 52" x .190 tooth opening (3/16") $99.00 $105.00 $115.00 Needs a coupler screw/nut
B). 56" x .260 tooth opening (13/32") $120.00$140.00 SOLD!!!
C). 59" x .190 tooth opening (3/16") $130.00$150.00 SOLD!!!
No stamp, unknown if homemade or manufactured. I purchased this from a deceased man's estate who was a mechanic for many years. His family owned and operated a bicycle shop in the early 1900s through the 1960s when the town was going under.
It's a very neat piece but i don't have much space so...
Trying to Identify the Manufacture on this toc saddle. I even think i even saw one here browsing last night and cannot find it again. I think it's Sager or Gilliam but don't know for sure. Thanx ahead for any info
Here is a turn of the century Headlamp Bracket. Some corrosion and Nickle Plate loss. 4 1/2 inches long. Includes mounting bolt. $75. includes Priority Shipping in US which includes insurance and tracking. Paypal
Here is a turn of the century Headlamp Bracket. Some corrosion and Nickle Plate loss. 3 1/2 inches long. Includes mounting new Cadmium plated bolt. $75. includes Priority Shipping in US which includes insurance and tracking. Paypal
I guess old metal is near impossible to weld or braze, so I'll try my luck to see if anyone has a bell part like the one in the picture, please count the teeth to see if you have something with the same tooth count. I have all the other part, the ear just keeps breaking off. This is the style...
Have decided it's time to move my 1899 Crescent No. 15 onto the next owner.
Bike was restored years ago but was done very well.
Bike is all black, no pins and does have a few nicks / scratches here and there.
Based on what I know / info from others the only mod on the bike are the front forks...
Beautiful bike - I was going to keep her but space is needed in garage. $700 - will deliver within 1-2 hours from San Diego or meet you someplace in between. Going up to Oregon on Friday, August 3rd and a drop off point along that route is also possible. I can ship at your cost. PM to discuss.
I bought this bike for the rims, which were advertised as Lobdell, but have no markings to back that up. I was told that the wheels were from a now burned downed bicycle shop in South San Jose, Ca. The wheels are very nice, but too narrow for my needs. The bottom bracket says Schwinn, and the...
Very nice ND Duplex rear coaster brake hub with 36 spoke holes. Plating isn't the greatest but will look perfect on an older restoration or an original rider. Functions perfectly Good teeth on the cog which is rare.
Includes axle nuts and arm strap.
$275. shipped to anywhere in the lower 48...
Tried to research these a while back and came up empty. Thought the one that has an axle might be a Thor hub, but I'm not sure. I haven't been able to find any markings on them. I really don't have any clue what they are, or how much they are worth.
Please chime in if you can identify them...
For all my creative brothers and sisters living in or near
Pasadena / Glendale / Burbank / LaCañada / LaCrescenta / Tujunga / Sunland / NoHo / SanFernando
Located in the foothills of Tujunga, CA 91042, KG Bicycles builds custom bikes to fit any budget. From simple modifications of your current...
Willing to buy full bikes, parts bikes, loose parts or seats. Trying to fill out my Cleveland cushion frame shaft drive mainly the rear wheel, but I am addicted to these bikes, and want to start a project elsewhere since just searching for a hub gets old.
I brought this one back from Europe a few years ago. A bit less common that the Solars.
$120 shipped. paypal as a friend
Needs a cleaning and shining. Has the rubber along the bottom, which ivenot seenin others. Lens is perfect no chips or scratches. Everything moves and it all comes apart...
Pix say it all.
It could use a buff, but this one is nice and shiny already. Lens is perfect, not a scratch or crack on it. This one is ready for a breakfront cabinet display as is.
One thing i noticed is that it has a stamped "5" on the underside of the key. You can see it in the picture...
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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