Westfield built Barnes


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shoe3

I live for the CABE
In Memoriam
Feb 2, 2011
1,094
902
Springfield, United States
#2
Mr.Columbia might know by serial # It looks teens or 20s. Very cool bike. Barnes was a 1890s bike company Westfield acquired name.
 

redline1968

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Oct 16, 2008
4,940
3,524
Seattle, United States
#11
Nice.. wasn’t someone here wanting a 1k for the fenders like those.... :0. 1920’s seems right..
 

Archie Sturmer

Finally riding a big boys bike
Jun 13, 2018
459
363
Los Angeles, CA, USA
#18
"L" could be 1920 (or 1933); sprocket hints toward earlier.
Generally looks more at 20; makes me wonder what little changed.
Rear wheel may be a clincher.
 

manuel rivera

Look Ma, No Hands!
Mar 14, 2017
77
90
52
farmington,connecticut
#19
Any updates on this awesome find..............bike ??
"L" could be 1920 (or 1933); sprocket hints toward earlier.
Generally looks more at 20; makes me wonder what little changed.
Rear wheel may be a clincher.
Rear wheel is from a modern lightweight 3 speed 26 in. I bought it like that, . The original brake arm still attached to the bike. Is a Corbin two speed model 10.
 

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