SOCAL girl looking to restore some neat bikes

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  1. BicycleCat

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    I have a few bicycles that I want to restore to original condition. I have a few skiptooth bikes and one in particular that I would love to identify. It is a Cleveland Welding Bicycle. I have a few pictures of the body and the engraved code but I need help in figuring out exactly what it is. I'm not even sure how to post pictures here and would appreciate all the help I can get!

    Thanks in advance!
    -Cat
  2. MplsCoaster

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    Welcome!
    Lots of people use Photobucket and it's not to steep of a learning curve
    Here is the link, if you have any trouble, just ask
    viewtopic.php?f=3&t=48

    Here is the bike id thread too
    viewtopic.php?f=3&t=22076

    Looking forward to seeing what you have
  3. ruddigger

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    Welcome. Where are you located? I'm in SoCal too, might be able to help.
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    Hi there, I totally skipped that thread before writing my post. My mistake. I believe what I have is a Cleveland Welding Bicycle and I'm having trouble seeing exactly what it is.

    Here is the link to that post where I put up a pic of the frame and this serial number that I can't make any sense of.
    viewtopic.php?f=62&t=58899
  5. abe lugo

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    welcome, here and thecabe.com have a good amount of info.
    Use the search to find info on almost anything.

    Go to the cyclone coasters ride and talk to people. http://cyclonecoaster.com/

    read the how to sections, then read them again! have fun!

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