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REDAIR13

Finally riding a big boys bike
Jul 23, 2017
137
19
St. Louis, MO, United States
I found this Shelby for sale, anyone have a headlight lens? proper bars? a seat? I am potentially picking it up later this week and would like yall's input on the bike. The tank is metal and the owner says it is all original and just needs the parts and new paint. He has the original front wheel which is included. Market value as is? Market value with fresh paint etc?

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Freqman1

Riding a '37 Dayton Super Streamline
Jul 14, 2009
19,574
Evans, GA
Looks like you might also need correct stem--I cant tell for sure. Pedals too. The owner of this site @sm2501 has some nice reproduction bars, the lens has been reproduced many times and shouldn't be too hard. Seats come up--get out the big boy wallet and you're there! I'll let others comment on value. I'm kinda partial to these things! V/r Shawn

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Krakatoa

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Oct 12, 2016
4,415
Bellows Falls VT
Hope he holds on to it for you. I myself would have already been driving there. There are Sharks about. Also not really a good plan to post it up here and ask about values before you've picked it up for numerous reasons.

I'm saying these things because I've already made those mistakes.

Good luck go get it now!
 

cyclingday

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Feb 24, 2008
7,918
Costa Mesa, California. United States
Nice looking project.
Values are subjective, but I’d say $2,500 to $4,000 as it sits, and depending on the refinish, $,6000 to $8,000.
It would take a somewhat substantial investment to get it to 100 point, show quality restoration. So, if a quick flip is all your interested in, then selling as is on eBay, might net the biggest profit margin.
If the refinish is done poorly/inaccurately, then you can kiss any big paydays good bye.
Because, all that will represent, to a prospective buyer, is a plastic surgery gone awry.
Then it will need even more money, to try and right the wrongs.
You’ll probably do better on it, by selling it as is.
I’m sure, most prospective buyers would prefer it to be offered that way.
But hey!
If you’re an old bike enthusiast, then do what you want and have fun with it.
 
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stezell

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
May 8, 2014
2,021
Clarksville, TN, United States
Hope he holds on to it for you. I myself would have already been driving there. There are Sharks about. Also not really a good plan to post it up here and ask about values before you've picked it up for numerous reasons.

I'm saying these things because I've already made those mistakes.

Good luck go get it now!
I agree with Nate on all of the above.
Sean
 

Krakatoa

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Oct 12, 2016
4,415
Bellows Falls VT
Nice looking project.
Values are subjective, but I’d say $2,500 to $4,000 as it sits, and depending on the refinish, $,6000 to $8,000.
It would take a somewhat substantial investment to get it to 100 point, show quality restoration. So, if a quick flip is all your interested in, then selling as is on eBay, might net the biggest profit margin.
If the refinish is done poorly/inaccurately, then you can kiss any big paydays good bye.
Because, all that will represent, to a prospective buyer, is a plastic surgery gone awry.
Then it will need even more money, to try and right the wrongs.
You’ll probably do better on it, by selling it as is.
I’m sure, most prospective buyers would prefer it to be offered that way.
But hey!
If you’re an old bike enthusiast, then do what you want and have fun with it.
Marty, you're putting the cart before the horse.

He hasn't paid for or picked it up yet.
 
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bikesnbuses

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Oct 10, 2006
4,210
50
Southern Rhode Island
Try to get the primer off!! You NEVER know! ..It may have been primered years ago when "patina" wasnt cool! lol
 
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