Sold For Sale 1920s New England Men's Bike

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Price
$249.00 OBO
Location
Long Island, NY
Zipcode
11803

BicycleBill

Look Ma, No Hands!
For Sale 1920s J.W. Grady & Co. New England Men's Bike high pressure bicycle. Needs restoration. See photos. 28" wheels. 1" pitch chain and Morrow rear coaster brake hub. Badge is cool, but it's missing a portion. Pedals are Torrington 10's. Also, I added a good 1" pitch chain (see last photos), also replaced the fork bearings as well as the front hub bearings. This is a perfect winter project. $249 plus shipping.

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BicycleBill

Look Ma, No Hands!
Bike Flights quoted me $69.95 which is cheapest rate I was able to get to Denver (I'm not sure what zip code to use for you).
As long as your location is the same rate as Denver, I would do $300 including the shipping.
 

RPower

Finally riding a big boys bike
It would be Colorado Springs and the price is definitely right but I just don't have room for another bike regardless of how much ivy convinced myself I need it. I wish I could take you up on the terrific offer but have to pass this time. Sorry, --Ralph
 

BicycleBill

Look Ma, No Hands!
Sorry, just seeing your message.
I actually just posted it for sale on ebay last night.
I also added a front fender I found in my parts pile.
It's definitely a project bike, please take a look at the ebay listing:
 

BicycleBill

Look Ma, No Hands!
looking back at the photos I posted here on The Cabe, I have done a bit more to clean up this bike since. The photos on the ebay listing are more current. I brass wire brushed off lots of the flaking paint and crud, cleaned up the rear rim & hub a bit, added better headset and bearings, added a front fender. I just wanted to present it better, but certainly still present it as a "project bike" that could be a display or restoration candidate. I see it as a wall hanger.
 
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