1958 Columbia Speedliner

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Oilit

I live for the CABE
Dec 30, 2015
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Concord NC
I take it the picture with the speedometer shows the original finish? Is that boiled linseed oil? It looks a lot better in any case! And a Bendix 2 speed is twice as good as a single speed!
 
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Rat Pilot

Look Ma, No Hands!
Dec 19, 2012
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I take it the picture with the speedometer shows the original finish? Is that boiled linseed oil? It looks a lot better in any case! And a Bendix 2 speed is twice as good as a single speed!
Yes, that’s the original finish. I have 2 other crusty, chalky Columbia’s so I decided to try something different.

I used satin clear on it, but I may block it down and put a few coats of gloss clear on it. I did this on my Western Flyer and I really like the look of it. I blocked and sanded the Western Flyer 3 times and it is slick.
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