Discussion in 'SHOW ME YOUR...' started by SCHWINNRAY69, Feb 14, 2011.
How about this one from my LBS.
My Wife's 77 Columbia Sport 3. It no longer is a 3 speed. Was quite rusty, so I used some newer wheels.She fell in love with the Schwinn headbadge I had, so to keep Momma happy, its hers.she didnt want the chainguard lettered, so its done HER way.....
I just cleaned up my Tourtist Expert III a couple days ago:
Oh and one more:
I don't own this one anymore, I sold it last year because it was taking up space, I never really rode it much, and I needed some money. I hope it went to a good home - some lady picked it up for her husband, so I hope he appreciates classy vintage bikes as much as I do.
This was the first model Columbia made with a dérailleur.
Actually let me keep going:
This was absolutely my favorite bike for years! A Western Flyer Sherwood Flyer made by Columbia (obviously). STOLEN in Savannah, Georgia.
Serial number N275XXX and a 1963 sturmey hub. Maybe it's still out there somwhere and not at the bottom of a river. :roll: Broke my heart, though only paid $5 for it.
One of my room mate's bikes also stolen, but in Austin Texas:
1973, but I don't know what the serial number is, so even if it every showed up again I don't there's much to prove ownership except for the photos I took.
I also had a Columbia moped at one time, I can dig out pics if anybody wants to see it. :mrgreen:
Heres my Goodyear Hi way patrol Columbia built
Heres an original 50s model in great condition
Here is my 1959 Columbia Jet Rider I've been playing with :
And now :
It'll be finished someday.
My 60's tanker
Here is my newest find. My 1957 Columbia Torpedo:
my 1953 Columbia built Good Year.
61 Fire Bolt
Wow, nice Firebolt there!
Here's a '55 Fire Arrow I just finished a refurb on. Rides excellent.
Here is my '50 whatever Columbia.I think the chainguard is from the 40s.It is going to be freshened up with new ww tires put on.It came out of a 35 year hibernation
Whe I brought it home.
Here's my 1948 Columbia, belonged to my Dad.
My dad's 1984 Trailmaster ATC that I cleaned up - all original except for the tires and saddle. Sold this one to a friend from work a few weeks ago.
My '54 Goodyear in May 2012
As she sits today...
There are some really great Columbia's in this thread. I Love It!!!!!!!!!! Doesn't quite qualify as a bike yet but it's a start. 1930 Columbia Arch Bar.
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