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Spaceliner?

Discussion in 'BIKE I.D. & VALUATION QUESTIONS' started by Houndog, Apr 12, 2012.

  1. Houndog

    Houndog

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    I looked at Schwinn date guide but I have no letters in serial #..

    Here is the #S from left dropout 502 46160 478351
    I tried to take pic but the flash made it unvisable...
     
  2. KJV

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    Spaceliner ,was built by Murray of Ohio.
    think the 502 was Sears number.
     
  3. Rustinkerer

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    4161 is the Sears catalog # for a 1961 JC Higgins Flightliner, with the chrome frame. -Adam
     
  4. Houndog

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    Does this mean it is a 60's era Murray..Sold by Sears?
     
  5. Rustinkerer

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    Yes, Murray built most of Sears' bikes from 1938-90s. Most also had a comparable Murray badged model, as well as Murray built Western Flyers, Hiawathas, etc. -Adam
     
  6. Xcruiser

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    yup 502 is murray built for sears
     
  7. kngtmat

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  8. irideiam

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    Wow, it's amazing that you can still look 60s vintage bikes up on the Sears parts site, great source of info, thanks.....
     

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