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    SOLD Prewar B10’s. Two of them

    $400 shipped for both frames
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    SOLD 1940 straight bar frame $225 shipped, possible trades

    Numbers show to be a 1940. Straight and solid, no cracks. Just some wear on the left chainstay from probably a bent crank at some point. (See photos) Price includes shipping/insurance via Shipbikes May consider partial trades for some 26” BMX forks, blue 1/2” BMX pedals, gold sunshine Rear...
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    SOLD Prewar Roadmaster frame

    $250 shipped. Need to get this one moved
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    SOLD Prewar Roadmaster frame

    Price drop! $275 shipped.
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    SOLD 15 prewar girls schwinn frames - build off material!?!?

    I sold two frames locally, there’s 13 left. $150 for all!!!!!!
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    SOLD Prewar Roadmaster frame

    Solid and straight frame, no repairs or cracks. Awesome patina. $320 shipped and insured through shipbikes.com
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    SOLD Prewar B10’s. Two of them

    Red one is a 1935, black one I can’t quite make out the date but I think it’s later than ‘35 black one looks like the seat stays are tweaked a little bit. It is a slightly taller frame than the red one, but the head tube is pretty short. Red one looked to be straight and solid, just a little...
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    Trying to figure out what frame this is?

    good deal. Thanks! I have been getting boxes together and packaging materials to list some prewar frames in the classifieds... should be ready to throw them up soon!
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    Trying to figure out what frame this is?

    agreed. There’s some welding repair up there. It also transfer to the seat post tube, which has a bow in it about 6” down. you know, I haven’t put much thought into it yet. But with those repairs. I’m thinking $100 plus the ride? One of these days I’d like to join in on the build-off if I...
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    Trying to figure out what frame this is?

    Sorry for that crappy initial photo. Here’s a better view. I’m probably going to list it in the classifieds if I can find a box
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    SOLD 15 prewar girls schwinn frames - build off material!?!?

    I can’t ship these, local pick up if your in Southeastern Michigan. What you see is what you get. No head badges or hardware. $300 takes all. You even get one that was converted to a boys bike! Garage art? Sculpture? Build-off material?
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    Trying to figure out what frame this is?

    Awesome. Man I keep over looking the fine details that differentiate the frames. Thanks a bunch. I will check out that thread! jon
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    Trying to figure out what frame this is?

    Ah good eye! I will take a closer look when I get back to the shop. I wouldn’t mind finding the correct springer to go on it. Who knows, I may eBay it but finding a fork might be more fun jon
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    Trying to figure out what frame this is?

    Wow very cool! Thank you for the info and the fast response. It’s a pretty unique style. Looks like I’ve got quite a bit of reading to do! Jon
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    Trying to figure out what frame this is?

    I have never come across one like this. Double top tube, double down tube.
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    SHOW US YOUR WORKSMAN BICYCLE

    Thanks! Haha. Yeah that wasn't fun when the front end raked out like a chopper while hauling .... I just got my stitches out so I was having flashbacks. Haha I used 1/8" stainless plate and nickel filler rod with the tig. I'm sure it will hold up to the task... One thing I noticed was the...
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    Huffman Gallery

    Here's a Huffman built Western Flyer I did quite a few years back.. I built the front end out of stainless 3/8" tubing.. This frame appears to be the same or similar to some of the radio bikes? And a Women's Huffy Mainliner I'm finishing to have a his and hers set...
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    Bikes on bridges

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    SHOW US YOUR WORKSMAN BICYCLE

    And another I threw together with spare parts for making beer runs. Haha