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'Lil Knee Scuffer
Nebraska based web auction of elderly bike collector that I am helping out.
Hi Bid Auction:

Couple of nice 28” single tube moto style bikes, OG Pea Picker, Black Phantom, Schwinn Dealer hub parts cabinet, neon signs, fender roller, Cycle Truck front wheel built from n.o.s. parts, hubs, dealer New Departure cutaway hub display, ceramic mugs, n.o.s. Delta Winner head and taillight in boxes, tools, etc.
Some junk but a lot of cool pieces!
Ends Dec 10th
Jeff M.
 
Update reminder - auction ends Sunday. Nice Pea Picker at $1200, reissue Black Phantom at $100 and original restored Phantom at $120, fender roller at $20. Most interesting is a 28” “Motor Bike” badged original paint bike that could really be a nice piece with a tool box tank (fauxtina’d?) added now at $700. Lot of little items.
Sheesh, hoping I don’t end up buying all this stuff! Jeff
 
I was lucky enough to win that Schwinn Parts Cabinet. Really excited to add that to my small collection.

Any information on the shop it came out of? Lawlor’s Sports in Lincoln, NE?
 
Congrats! That was one of the cool pieces I would’ve loved to add to my own collection. Lawlor sporting goods here in Lincoln was one of the earlier Schwinn dealers in the country I heard. Schwinn even gave them their own brass badges, which I have one.
Let me know if you have any issues shipping or plan on picking it up.
 
Congrats! That was one of the cool pieces I would’ve loved to add to my own collection. Lawlor sporting goods here in Lincoln was one of the earlier Schwinn dealers in the country I heard. Schwinn even gave them their own brass badges, which I have one.
Let me know if you have any issues shipping or plan on picking it up.
Thanks so much. Sorry to have swooped in on that piece, but I’ve also been looking for one for years now.

Appreciate the offer of potential assistance. I spoke with the auction house and it sounds like they’re good to bring it to UPS to have it professionally packed and shipped.
 
Won the neon repairs sign. Contacted the auctioneer about picking it up, still waiting to hear back. I'm sure they are a little busy right now. Hopefully soon.

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Yes, some of the stuff on there went for very reasonable prices. I'm very happy with my purchase, even with the premium and shipping.
Honestly, it all seemed really reasonable. Those motorbikes were in phenomenal shape for their age.
 
The Art Deco neon repair sign was a very cool piece! Also from that same early Schwinn dealer. I figured I would let these pieces go to others, as my cut in arranging this auction was the Art Deco Schwinn dealer sign in my profile pic, and a 1936 restored Aerocycle. That was enough for me, didn’t want to be piggy… Ha!
The two phantoms went cheap! The re-issue went for 200 bucks and the nice restored one for under 600 bucks. I know he paid $2000 ea for them 25 years ago. I told Doyle that there are some people out there that were excited to get a good deal, just like we used to be back in the hay day of our collecting! Hopefully the CABE community was able to get some of the smaller parts and memorabilia he had as well as a couple cool moto-bike style pieces. The Pea Picker at $2500 is going to California I heard.
Jeff
 
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