Discussion in 'BIKE TALK' started by outskirtscustoms, Feb 6, 2013.
Not restored...but, this is my Firestone Super Cruiser
Why would you cut the frame?
I've seen that on a lot of lowriders, but they usually have a fair amount of body work. I'm not sure why it's done other than aesthetics, it's gotta kill the strength of the frame.
Haha, 5 years of research.
...I'm having a hard time figuring out the 'double camelback'...I'll give him, 'camelback', but where does the double come in .
I do keep my eyes open for this type of frame, so best case scenario, it might be a specialized crossroads. But, I doubt it...I'm pretty sure it is a Huffy of the last decade as I saw one pop up recently on CL and didn't bookmark it .
I was gonna snatch this one up, but no lock, chain or phone bag kind of turned me off..
1959 western flyer bicycle - $700
All original bike.used about 3 months back in the 1960. Dont need it anymore taken up space
I believe that this one started out at a grand. Maybe they got the decimal point in the wrong place also. There's a lot of that going around lately.
Wonder what he wants for the Schwinn in the background.....$2500? Hahahaha
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This is a Land line......
200-300% profit on a Walmart bike...I should have bought a truckload
Not a bike, but how 'bout them apes?
Way back, lay back , suspension seat post. With enough travel , I wonder if it could flip you over the bars ? https://newjersey.craigslist.org/bik/d/softride-norwester-bike/6436806668.html
...near in mint condition.....
Well...it's mint-colored, at least.
Perhaps it's made out of aromatic herbs.
Either that or they've been smoking some.
From the local Facebook Marketplace in Garner, NC...
"one of a kind, 24" 3 speed, can be riden, make a great display piece in a bar, store front, man cave etc.."
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