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Sold Selling it all LAST REDUCTION TO $825

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Price
$ 1100 asking
Location
York PA
Zipcode
17313

morton

I live for the CABE
FINAL REDUCTION $825 I will be posting a separate thread in the next day or two that lists items also included for the total package price of $825

PRICE LOWERED AGAIN NOW $900


NEW PRICE---------------$950

PLUS MORE PICS OF STUFF INCLUDED .......SEE MY LAST POST

My Parkinsons is getting worse and it’s becoming very difficult to ride or work on bikes, so selling almost all my bike parts. No rare or semi-precious parts you can sell and buy a new house, but plenty of good stuff you can use or sell for profit.

PLEASE NOTE I AM NOT LOOKING TO SELL INDIVIDUAL ITEMS AT THIS TIME....WRAPPING AND PACKING IS EXTREMELY DIFFICULT FOR ME DUE TO PARKINSONS.

For years I enjoyed “fixing up” all types of bikes. I haunted all the bike shows, flea market, and yard sale for anything bike related and now it’s all here in one place for much less than I paid.

I want to sell it all as a group as and obviously would need to be picked up. Items are located near York, PA which is just a short drive from Philadelphia, Baltimore, Lancaster and Trexlertown.

Unfortunately, many, many items are packed in boxes, too heavy me to move and keyboarding has become difficult for me to list everything here, but I’ll try to give you some idea. I can give you a better description by phone, so if interested pm me with your number and I will call you.

Please do not post questions on this thread.



Part 1 ALSO SEE MY OTHER POSTS BELOW FOR ADDITIONAL ITEMS ALSO INCLUDED FOR THE PRICE.

Park PRS 6 repair stand…good condition, Park wheel truing stand….like new (truing stand is ad photo) Assorted Park and other brand wrenches and other tools.

Boxes of new and used older and newer axles and bearings. All types/sizes of fenders; balloon metal, plastic, lightweight….even a new pair of wood fenders, Chain guards including 1 zep type, Forks numerous types in including 3 old balloon tire types, Saddles, some older, some newer. Grips…..many different. Pedals, some older Torrington and others, some new ones for cruisers.

Speedos including 1 Western auto complete, 1 cadet compile, 1 generic, more: Tires: 700’s, and balloon type and others new. Lights and horns including Delta stop light, front fender types, generic ball horn lights, all new condition. Plus other assorted used. Truss rods.

Wheels 1 set new alloy 27”, 1 or 2 skip tooth, 1 or 2 sets with brand new tires balloon chrome wheels, 1 set of black rim coaster brake wheels new, plus more.

Handle bars and stems, many new or like new for cruisers. Reflectors; some old plus a suitcase full of newer ones. Carriers 1 front; many nice condition rears including a Colson, and newer types.

Seat posts including 3 lucky sevens plus many other sizes and types. Hubs; Front and rear lightweight, skip tooth, 3 speeds SA, coaster brake. Shifters mostly for lightweights and SA 3 speeds including 3 speed parts and a top tube SA shifter

Bikes Colson step thru, Snyder built Rollfast, 3 speed English Type, Nashbar house brand road bike, more

Books, posters, signs; floor pumps, much more not listed.


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Part 2 will be posted shortly

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Part 2 Included in price above.'
ALSO SEE MY OTHER POSTS BELOW FOR ADDITIONAL ITEMS ALSO INCLUDED FOR THE PRICE.

Schwinn stuff some of handlebars are schwinn

Much of what I have is from Speedsters, Racers, Breezes, and Continentals from 60’s and 70’s.

Bearing sets, axels, seats, chain guards (1 is for a Wasp), fenders, forks, stems, deraileur’s, shifters, brake levers and calipers, carriers, head badges, grips, pedals, seat posts, plus a lot of bolts, handlebar, nuts, and other Schwinn specific hardware.

Rear carrier Phantom light (repo) Front fender Phantom light (repo)

Set of s 5 or 6) SA 3 speed wheels

2 sets Schwinn middleweight wheels (s-7 26 x 1 ¾) 1 set chrome 1 set painted

Hollywood middleweight (disassembled but all parts included)

Breeze middle weight as found

Chrome moly World Sport



Sorry I don’t have more or better pix but much is packed away and will need help lifting boxes as I’m working on my fourth hernia.

I can give you a better description by phone so if interested pm me with your number and I will call you.

Please do not post questions on this thread



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morton

I live for the CABE
Sorry to hear about your pup. I have a best friend too. Good luck with your sale. Some nice stuff there. Wish I were closer.

Thanks.


There is so much more not pictured in boxes I can't move without help and not listed cause typing is so difficult. For instance I just remembered one of the boxes in the pile has 25-30 new tubes.

My health sucks.:mad:
 

morton

I live for the CABE
Thanks for the many kind thoughts. For a long time I was able to fight back by riding but lately things have gone down hill. Four years ago I was doing about 2k a year, then 1k, last year 500 and this year only about 100 miles so far. Due to a combination of 2 issues my left leg has atrophied about 25% so it wants to be in one gear while the right wants to be in another! Talk about a jerky pedal cadence! ;)

Amazingly, the only time I'm without pain is when I'm on the bike but leg strength just isn't there to ride any distance.

Doc says my riding has enabled me to make it this far so my advice to everyone is get on your bikes and ride! I ain't quittin' yet but I really don't need all the supplies and bikes I once used in my "glory" days.

BY THE WAY, HERE ARE SOME OTHER THINGS THAT ARE INCLUDED:

Mag Trainer....new never used

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Nice Raleigh Athena Frame & factory front/rear lights

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A new old stock VDO bike clock (VDO also made gauges for VW)

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Wheel chocks and a box of squewers

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A really cool light assembly meant for moped but would also work on a bicycle......new old stock


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One of the 2 or 3 skiptooth chains listed in first post

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Skiptooth stuff from an unknown bike

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Colson rear carrier

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MEKANIXFIX

Finally riding a big boys bike
Hola sorry about your health conditions, I send my best wishes and hope you continues to enjoy the hobby!!! GLWS
 

morton

I live for the CABE

Thanks for your concern but unfortunately parkinsons is a progressivve disease. It screws up your life in many ways including tremors, loss of coordination, eyesight, strength, etc, and when it's done playing with you, it shuts down a vital organ(s) of its' choice and kills you. I was already in great physical condition when it was diagnosed so there was only one way to go.

I was diagnosed 11 years ago and since have ridden over 10,000 miles, however 6,000 were in the first 3 1/2 years and my yearly total shrunk to only 500 last year and 2020 to date only 115.

I'm facing a double whammy in that parkinsons has effected my left side along with an additional burdens of siatica and spinal stenosis. My left leg is 20% weaker and smaller than my right leg so when pedaling one leg is always in the "wrong" gear because there is such a difference in strength and muscle mass.

Additionally, my doctor has advised me to avoid hills, even small ones, as much as possible because it puts stress on my back. He's right on the money there because on those rare days on which I feel fairly pain free, I'll jump on the bike and do some sprints which I pay for later when the pain level goes thru the roof.

Coupled with all the above is the inevitable loss of strength, coordination, and stamina that comes with aging: I'm 73. At 60 I was playing full court basketball with HS kids but my second hip surgery, and the ravages of time put an end to that.

I will always do my best to wear out, not rust out so I keep riding and advise the same to any one. One of these days I will go down, but not without a fight. :grimacing:

And again, thanks for your concern.
 

GiovanniLiCalsi

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Amazing guy, you are.
I wish you happiness.
Kind regards,
Giovanni
Phone - 415-678-8358


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morton

I live for the CABE
This stuff is also included


couple of nice metal bike way signs (lanterns and other stuff in pic not included)

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Pizza bike plaque--ha ha

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mayfac tool kit

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Unique wall plaque

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Of course these items and the stuff listed previously is not all that's included...read text of previous posts or pm me.
 
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