Sold Mid Teens to early 20's Frame and Fork

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Price
$150
Location
Belleville, Illinois
Zipcode
62223

tjkajecj

Wore out three sets of tires already!
I have this mid teens to early 20's frame, fork with bearings and cups, truss rods, crank/ring with bearings and cups, seat post and axle adjusters for sale.
Unknown manufacture to me.
A 28" wheelset and fenders fit the bike.

Badged a Recruit from a hardware store up in Chicago. (Hibbard Spencer Bartlett & Co.)
$150 local pickup.

Please PM with questions,

Tim

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gkeep

I live for the CABE
Nice project! Any serial number on the bottom bracket? I have a 1927 Westfield frame with those same forks.
 

Archie Sturmer

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Can you show a picture of back side of bottom bracket and show the drive pin offset on the cranks? Thinking maybe one of the New York manufacturers, with those oval-shaped chain stays at the bottom bracket crank hanger; (i.e. not Westfield).

Leaning toward HP Snyder-built; serial number looks to have an “E” prefix?
 
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tjkajecj

Wore out three sets of tires already!
A previous owner went to town with a grinder, what is left of the serial number is below.
Maybe 9496 and a smaller 1

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SKPC

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Can you show a picture of back side of bottom bracket and show the drive pin offset on the cranks? Thinking maybe one of the New York manufacturers, with those oval-shaped chain stays at the bottom bracket crank hanger; (i.e. not Westfield).

Leaning toward HP Snyder-built; serial number looks to have an “E” prefix?
Once again, clues point to this as Snyder built....below my 36 moto serial. Note "E", & distinct far right 👉 stamp, not numeric. Plus the open center "dots" seen often on "Hawthorne Deluxe", "Deluxe Flyer", "Trailblazers" and other Mont. Wards 20's/30's offerings. Are these typical of early Snyder stamping marks and serial number fonts?
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Excellent buy! WHO will score this?
 
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