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Discussion in 'Middleweight Bicycles' started by Bike Mike, Oct 14, 2017.
Brought this home today. Can't wait to ride this tomorrow.
Very Nice! Looks like he needs a girlfriend . Here's my happy couple, a 1961 JC Higgins Flightliner and a 1964 Sears Spaceliner
This bike came from the original owner who got it for Christmas 1963 His parents saved all the literature and pedal wrench. Even had the allstate tires.
Now that's SWEET NECTAR! My girls bike also had the AllStates on it. Hey it looks like he had a sister it looks like a girls Spaceliner in the picture as well.
Superb find sir.
Appreciate your comment. Now to put some miles on it and add a couple of tasteful accessories. I just put NASA valve stem caps since this is a Spaceliner and I'm thankful to work in the aerospace industry that supports NASA.
A picture of your two bikes was very influential on my pursuing a Spaceliner. Honest
You interested in selling that '64
That's one of the nicest condition Spaceliners I've seen. It's especially nice since it's one of the first ever to be produced for the '64 model year, and you got all the original documentation and pedal wrench. I still have the pedal wrench I received with mine, in '64, but the documentation is long gone, unfortunately.
Yours is worthy of being added to the Spaceliner Reference photo gallery. Let me know when you get a chance to take some good pics from a variety of angles.
Interesting. What's the rack on the ladies Spaceliner from?
Such a compliment to post pics to your gallery. Ill gladly take angle pics soon.
Nice eye! That is from a 1963-1966 Murray Astro Flite with the hard to find round pop-up light which I think looks killer. Plus, and I couldn't find a Ladies Spaceliner rack.
Nice. It looks good. It adds a bit of pizzazz versus the stock rack.