Unidentified Tricycle. Any Ideas

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  1. #1 Posted Aug 1, 2017

    Finally riding a big boys bike

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    Hello,
    I bought a 1920ish Rollfast the other day and brought this along home. I can not identify this tricycle from the badge. It is skip tooth and seems in good shape.

    Let me know if you have any suggestions of who the mfg may have been.

    Thank you

    Dave
    Danville, PA




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    Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe

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    Really nice Dave, thinking early postwar on it though.
     
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    Thank you. I also posted a possible Rollfast in the pre 1933 bicycle forum. I assume you are a Rollfast man maybe you can identify that too.

    Thank you
    Dave Laidacker
     
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    With that rear step design, I'm thinking this is a Siebert tricycle. Going to try to find a saved photo before I say for sure. The one on tricyclefetish is a different design, but Siebert probably changed frame designs over the years just as Colson did with their chain drive trikes.

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    Thank you for the information about Siebert. As I looked on different web sites there are certainly similarities of the Siebert design to the one I have. Thank you very much.

    Dave Laidacker
    Danville, PA
     
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    Hello,

    Is this the correct forum to post this tricycle for sale?

    Thank You very much
     
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    probably it would get better exposure as a for sale item if you listed it in the classified forums under "Sell - Trade: Complete Bicycles".

    Dave
     
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    Hello,

    OK thanks. Wasn't sure if that was the correct location for a tricycle or not.