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Rus Tea

Look Ma, No Hands!
Hope some one can offer some help in making an Id. The tubes seem to be drawn and seamed. the number on the right of the seat tube is 245687, two patents are listed on the BB Dec. 3 1895 May 29 1900
 

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DonChristie

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
^^^I was thinking that also. Serial number is in the right place. How many holes for the headbadge? IJs have 3 holes. Any other parts with it?
 

Rus Tea

Look Ma, No Hands!
Thanks for the reply! There are two holes for the badge , verticle at 3 3/4'" cc. All the others parts are of a later period, the only other piece I think maybe original to the frame is the Chainwheel.
 

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redline1968

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
boy, if that dosent look like a schwinn chain ring. should have 3 holes for iver. possibly ccm?
 

bairdco

I live for the CABE
i know Colson's used a sweetheart sprocket, too, but i don't think the bike is a Colson. nice block chain, though...
 

Rus Tea

Look Ma, No Hands!
Schwinndoggy I thought the Ivers # run from the top down, these are from the bottom up?

Redline168 The Schwinn Sweetheat has the crank set hole between the hearts, this one is in the heart like a Hawthorn or DP Harris

fat tire trader The BB is 3" cc inside 3 1/8 outsde, the width is 2 5/8.

Found some cool stuff on the patents: the May 29 1900 seems to be for a self fixing seat post http://www.google.com/patents?id=RV...=gbs_selected_pages&cad=1#v=onepage&q&f=false

The Dec. 3 1885 is for an extruded BB which this frame has; http://www.google.com/patents?id=7T...=gbs_selected_pages&cad=1#v=onepage&q&f=false



Thanks for the interest in my project. This has got me truly stumped
 

Rus Tea

Look Ma, No Hands!
^^^ That was my orignal thought, but the patents are held by individuals, so I have to see if I can find the purchaser of the patent. Or I'm hoping that something like the unique seat post( may 29 Patent) will be a clue. So far, no luck.
 
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