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Price
$160
Location
Sapulpa, Oklahoma
Zipcode
74066

Bike from the Dead

Finally riding a big boys bike
Ad withdrawn. The Trashliner Trike's getting parted out for my entry into the ratrodbikes.com Muscle Bike Build Off!

Up for sale is a 1950s/1960s Sears or Murray Space/Flightliner girl's bike that has been converted into a rat rod trike.

I bought this thing (as-is) a few weeks ago with the intent to part it out for some of my own bicycle projects, but I later found that there really isn't much that I can use for my own purposes.

The trike is in the same shape as when I bought it, the only exception being that I cut the wires holding the wood box on the back as I wanted to look at the trike axle underneath. The box is included with the trike. This trike is rideable as-is, but there is a small spot on the rear axle that needs to be welded back together, as it causes the right rear tire to rub against the frame. Another important thing to note is that there is considerable flex in both the frame and the springer fork, and it makes for quite an experience riding this thing. I won't lie, it feels every bit as sketchy as it looks, but it does pedal fairly easy, and the coaster brake leaves little to be desired. And yes, that's actual glitter on top of the paint.

I'm asking $160 for this trike. Local pickup in Sapulpa, OK. I would consider partial trades for a Schwinn Town & Country Tri Wheeler-style trike rear end if you have one.


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Bike from the Dead

Finally riding a big boys bike
@Bike from the Dead I Like The Front Sprocket!!! Hahaha. I'd aim for parting it out .... maybe
Oddly enough, that was my original plan for this trike. I especially wanted the sprocket and springer fork, but I'd rather just sell the trike whole and get the parts I really want for my trike build than try to sell everything individually. Maybe if it doesn't sell after a while, I might just do that.
 

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