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rideahiggins

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Do these have any value. They seem cool but they aren't something I collect.

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cr250mark

I live for the CABE
Simply gotta like emm
I have a bunch of sidewalk or juvenile bicycles
I don’t see a big market for these
When it comes to selling they move slow
And the dollar commands little. Especially
Girls versions or most without a upper bar
Regardless of rider gender
I think majority of people like them because they Are Easier to store.
I like the flash ! Cool fenders
The 2nd looks close to Garton Hopalong or Murray
3rd needs a basket attached and display in a outdoor landscape ( does have cool guard)
Ty - only one man’s opinion

Mark
 
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ridingtoy

I live for the CABE
Simply gotta like emm
I have a bunch of sidewalk or juvenile bicycles
I don’t see a big market for these
When it comes to selling they move slow
And the dollar commands little. Especially
Girls versions or most without a upper bar
Regardless of rider gender
I think majority of people like them because they Are Easier to store.
I like the flash ! Cool fenders
The 2nd looks close to Garton Hopalong or Murray
3rd needs a basket attached and display in a outdoor landscape ( does have cool guard)
Ty - only one man’s opinion

Mark
Mark, the second one is also a Midwest bike. I have a Midwest tricycle with identical front fender/graphics including the placement and style of the "M". I like the third one best out of the three. It's nice to see these vintage little bikes in someone's collection rather than tossed in a scrap pile.

Dave
 

cr250mark

I live for the CABE
Mark, the second one is also a Midwest bike. I have a Midwest tricycle with identical front fender/graphics including the placement and style of the "M". I like the third one best out of the three. It's nice to see these vintage little bikes in someone's collection rather than tossed in a scrap pile.

Dave

I agree Dave
Thanks for confirming # 2 Midwest was pumping them out in the 50’s

You know me I’m a sucker for these guys I have 25 to 30 little juvi bikes and trikes floating around Hard to pass them up

Mark
 
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