SUNDAY'S Show and Tell ...1/23/22

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Iverider

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
I missed out on a tall frame victor at the Hoosier swap that the owner offered to trade straight up for my wife’s Lovell Special. It was a little rougher than this one but it had the fork foot pegs and rear mounting peg and appeared to be complete. I probably would have been in trouble for that as she expected cash in return.
Instead, after manning my swap table pretty much all day I wandered into the other room and spotted a bike I’ve been chasing since I saw a photo of it at the Portland Scooter meet 4 years ago or so. I offered $50 less than asking and the guy said, nah. Ok, take my money!!! It’s basically just a frame, but other than the drop stand, I don’t think piecing it together with period correct parts will be difficult at all. Chicycocatalog pic is from 1917.
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I know the looks are polarizing but I love it! I’m guessing it’ll handle worlds better than a cycle truck but it’s haven’t ridden it yet. I need to de-bling it. I immediately unbolted the ape hangers and sold them. When I got home I put some more appropriate bars on for a pic. Richard Pointed me to the proper Fauber ring at another table!

And lastly, I brought home some beautiful door handles for a small cabin project I plan to build on the other end of my property. Turns out, the guy I bought them from has this same bike and offered to send photos to aid in the resto. It was good to meet some Cabe folks as well and a great day overall!


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Nashman

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
"Signs, Signs, everywhere a sign, blocking out the scenery, breaking my mind". FIVE man electrical band, Canadian group 1971. Dig it.


I got my Coke and Orange Crush signs this week to add to my man cave. I stepped up pretty tall $$ on Ebay as they are in excellent condition and have great color,View attachment 1554434

graphics/subject matter. The Orange Crush is 1939 and has "Crushy" at the bottom putting the squeeze on an orange. At 16" & triangular it is a show stopper. The Coke sign is 1954 and the graphics featuring the bottles is desirable, especially in a case suggesting a "bulk purchase" ha!! Crawling into that corner behind the TV took some juggling and patience. Of course I had to re-locate some other signs, but that's 1/2 the fun. One has to take a break from shovelling snow.

Have a great Sunday all Cabers!

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Ha!! I had "3 man electrical Band" up there earlier. I guess I can neither count to five or see 5 members? Oh well, if you remember the 70's, you weren't there!
 

Freqman1

Riding a '37 Dayton Super Streamline
I missed out on a tall frame victor at the Hoosier swap that the owner offered to trade straight up for my wife’s Lovell Special. It was a little rougher than this one but it had the fork foot pegs and rear mounting peg and appeared to be complete. I probably would have been in trouble for that as she expected cash in return.
Instead, after manning my swap table pretty much all day I wandered into the other room and spotted a bike I’ve been chasing since I saw a photo of it at the Portland Scooter meet 4 years ago or so. I offered $50 less than asking and the guy said, nah. Ok, take my money!!! It’s basically just a frame, but other than the drop stand, I don’t think piecing it together with period correct parts will be difficult at all. Chicycocatalog pic is from 1917.
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I know the looks are polarizing but I love it! I’m guessing it’ll handle worlds better than a cycle truck but it’s haven’t ridden it yet. I need to de-bling it. I immediately unbolted the ape hangers and sold them. When I got home I put some more appropriate bars on for a pic. Richard Pointed me to the proper Fauber ring at another table!

And lastly, I brought home some beautiful door handles for a small cabin project I plan to build on the other end of my property. Turns out, the guy I bought them from has this same bike and offered to send photos to aid in the resto. It was good to meet some Cabe folks as well and a great day overall!


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Dare to be different! I’ve saw the ads for that bike but never seen one. Congrats on the acquisition. V/r Shawn
 

stezell

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
I missed out on a tall frame victor at the Hoosier swap that the owner offered to trade straight up for my wife’s Lovell Special. It was a little rougher than this one but it had the fork foot pegs and rear mounting peg and appeared to be complete. I probably would have been in trouble for that as she expected cash in return.
Instead, after manning my swap table pretty much all day I wandered into the other room and spotted a bike I’ve been chasing since I saw a photo of it at the Portland Scooter meet 4 years ago or so. I offered $50 less than asking and the guy said, nah. Ok, take my money!!! It’s basically just a frame, but other than the drop stand, I don’t think piecing it together with period correct parts will be difficult at all. Chicycocatalog pic is from 1917.
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I know the looks are polarizing but I love it! I’m guessing it’ll handle worlds better than a cycle truck but it’s haven’t ridden it yet. I need to de-bling it. I immediately unbolted the ape hangers and sold them. When I got home I put some more appropriate bars on for a pic. Richard Pointed me to the proper Fauber ring at another table!

And lastly, I brought home some beautiful door handles for a small cabin project I plan to build on the other end of my property. Turns out, the guy I bought them from has this same bike and offered to send photos to aid in the resto. It was good to meet some Cabe folks as well and a great day overall!


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Good scores Brian, it was nice meeting you yesterday as well.
Sean
 

Jesse McCauley

McCauley Cycle Works
Apologies for the late entry, I pulled in a little late last night.
So for my belated Sunday (Monday morning) Show & Tell:

Corbin 2 speed hub to be finished, some early motorcycle pieces, a killer set of “Automobile Cycle Skates” ca. 1905, a few good solo pedals, Ideal stem I needed and a swan-like stem I know I’ve seen but I can’t place. Last bit on the bench is an original Silver King 26X seatpost mount, long way to go from a bike but I had to grab it anyway.

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stezell

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Apologies for the late entry, I pulled in a little late last night.
So for my belated Sunday (Monday morning) Show & Tell:

Corbin 2 speed hub to be finished, some early motorcycle pieces, a killer set of “Automobile Cycle Skates” ca. 1905, a few good solo pedals, Ideal stem I needed and a swan-like stem I know I’ve seen but I can’t place. Last bit on the bench is an original Silver King 26X seatpost mount, long way to go from a bike but I had to grab it anyway.

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Digging the skates and the biker patch buddy, hope your dad is still improving.

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fordmike65

Riding a '37 Colson Imperial
Apologies for the late entry, I pulled in a little late last night.
So for my belated Sunday (Monday morning) Show & Tell:

Corbin 2 speed hub to be finished, some early motorcycle pieces, a killer set of “Automobile Cycle Skates” ca. 1905, a few good solo pedals, Ideal stem I needed and a swan-like stem I know I’ve seen but I can’t place. Last bit on the bench is an original Silver King 26X seatpost mount, long way to go from a bike but I had to grab it anyway.



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That's exactly what that is. Rarely seen Rollfast Swan stem. Nice find!
 
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