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Euphman06

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
A little out of my league, never come across one of these. Looks to be in good shape and "there" but I guess some things can be wrong to my untrained eyes.
 

Euphman06

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Better with a picture...
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Jesse McCauley

McCauley Cycle Works
Looks “restored” watch out for chrome where nickel should have been


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bike

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
all depends on price......
 

phantom

I live for the CABE
Here is what I have learned about fair and reasonable pricing in my area. Cut it about in half and that's what to expect in the way of offers.
 

Rambler

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Bike looks pretty nice. It does have a coaster brake and appears to have ball end spokes at least on the rear hub, I can't see the front hub. I'm a little surprised by the leaf spring saddle because that saddle may be a little older than the bike but maybe not. I'm not sure when leaf spring saddles fell out of favor and wire frame saddles became more predominant. I think the year listed on the bike 1902 is pretty close but I will let a Columbia expert make that final determination. If it's all in good shape you can expect it to be worth more than $1000 and less than $2000. It's up to you and the seller to decide where the in between is the final price.

If the hard rubber tiring tool on the ground below the rear wheel is for sale, in complete undamaged conditon those typically bring between $100 and $200 so might as well try to purchase that as well.
 

bricycle

I'm the Wiz, and nobody beats me!
looks like a fine example. Either near pristine, or old resto.
Bricycle is retiring to motor scooters (at least 2 wheels).
 

catfish

Riding an Alexander Rocket Bike
Bike looks pretty nice. It does have a coaster brake and appears to have ball end spokes at least on the rear hub, I can't see the front hub. I'm a little surprised by the leaf spring saddle because that saddle may be a little older than the bike but maybe not. I'm not sure when leaf spring saddles fell out of favor and wire frame saddles became more predominant. I think the year listed on the bike 1902 is pretty close but I will let a Columbia expert make that final determination. If it's all in good shape you can expect it to be worth more than $1000 and less than $2000. It's up to you and the seller to decide where the in between is the final price.

If the hard rubber tiring tool on the ground below the rear wheel is for sale, in complete undamaged conditon those typically bring between $100 and $200 so might as well try to purchase that as well.

Good eye! Have him throw in the tire machine as part of the deal.
 

olderthandirt

Wore out three sets of tires already!
its worth as much to you ! thats kinda fly in the jelly ! this bike looks complete ! parts for these bikes are hard to come by .they vary each year .to me 2500.00 would seem a good deal ! good luck with the bike
 

GiovanniLiCalsi

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
The saddle was used 1896-on....
I’d say the bicycle is around 1900.
 
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