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Discussion in 'Antique Bicycles Pre-1933' started by TrukE, Aug 12, 2017.
Bought this and another bike in Wisco.
Kinda crusty but I'm gonna ride it eventually.
Nice score... what's the bottom bracket serial number look like?? Love to see the wood rims in Wisconsin..thanks for sharing.
Nice bones... looks a lot like this 1914. Have fun w/ it.
Super Cool!!! Just Needs a Good Clean and Tires!!!
Hey, I did a little cleaning today and it still has some original paint, it looks like the 1914 black and olive model in first photo. But mine has a skip tooth sprocket.
Also got a serial number.
I believe the skip tooth was used around 1910 and later they went to the 1/2" pitch
Davis Sewing Machine built.....Sold through Sears. The "D" thing is a mystery....wish I knew.....but Davis numbers all day. Thanks for sharing, I appreciate it. Put some pictures in the "Show me your Davis" thread.
Goldenindian, thanks for the info, if your ever in the Appleton area you are welcome to check the bike out along with a few others I have, just send a PM.