Sold Another Monark


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bikiba

I live for the CABE
Apr 17, 2014
1,927
935
NYC
#1
Out of all my classic bikes, I have the most miles on this one. Probably close to 300 city street and boardwalk miles I would say over these passed years.

I went over it when I orig got it, cleaned it, and added a replacement fender light. You would never guess that it isnt the original as the paint matches exactly. The one that came was toast and missing the top half. I didnt like the seat that came with it either. This one was much comfier. Everything else is orig. Wards Riverside matching tires.

Would like $450 shipped. It must weigh 60lbs easy and super comfy to ride. This is a steel beauty. If I remember correctly it is a '53. As per the below... a 1946/47

Paypal as friend please - will double box it and wrap in bubble wrap.

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piercer_99

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Dec 27, 2015
767
2,574
58
Sanger, TX
#2
your bike is a 46 or 47, post war Monark, but not a 50's bike. They had fender mounts on the dropouts starting in 1948.

Also by 1948, the Rocket had the new style headbadge.
 

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