What do you think an un-restored Firestone Fleetwood Supreme is worth these days.?

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fordmike65

Riding a '37 Colson Imperial
This is exciting!
Down Boy :p
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cyclingday

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Unrestored and needing to be restored, have two totally different meanings, that greatly affect the resale value.
It looks to me, like what you’ve got there, is a Firestone Fleetwood Supreme.
It looks like, you’ve got a Wald #5 Tomahawk Stem on there, and a Crows Beak Chainguard?
So, my guess, is that the value of your bike, is in the sum of its parts.
Those Wald#5’s, have been known, to go for $1,000 bucks these days, so I’d start there in accessing the resale value of the bike as a whole.
 

Freqman1

Riding a '37 Dayton Super Streamline
This is not a Dayton, not a Super Streamline, and not original. What it is, is a Firestone Fleetwood Supreme with wrong parts on it. I agree with @cyclingday --worth the sum of the parts. V/r Shawn

This is a Dayton Super Streamline

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This is an original Firestone Fleetwood Supreme

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Nashman

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Personally, I'd detail it out and ride it. It looks SWEET. A shame to part out. I just bought a nice older resto, pretty close to what you have. Sure, it's been tweaked/changed a bit from stock, ( and I did more changes closer to stock) so was mine. Big hairy deal. Lots of dudes ( and gals) personalized their rides back then, just like now. Don't get caught in the "factory correct" or part it out. That's just sad. The hobby is for fun, not a contest as to who has the showroom example. Cheers, Bob

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