Unusual Spaceliner. Kinda...$125

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  1. American Vintage Bicycle Supply

    American Vintage Bicycle Supply Double Nickle Moderator

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    So here what I believe to be a late 60's early 70's custom.

    Not sure what to make of this.

    Possibly a gender change frame?

    Double Schwinn large sprocket.

    Odd crank position.

    Nice old Allstate whitewalls and spaceliner wheels.

    $125+$25 shipping

    Thanks,
    Tyler



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  2. The Renaissance Man

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    Looks like someone welded those extra pieces to the BB for who knows what, and then cut them off later. Don't think it was ever a gender change.
     
  3. rrtbike

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    Geez! Did the guy have only one leg??? :eek: Weird...Cool....Not sure...
    but it is still a Spaceliner...:confused:
    What's going on here????.
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  4. ChimeraCycle

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    Its real cool.. you could get that liner flowing with just one leg, no?

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    GLWTS!
    I know I've seen that one somewhere.
     
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  6. uneasy rider

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    possibly motor mounts cut off from a whizzer conversion? could explain dual chainrings. anyhow, gotta love a spaceliner either way!
     
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    The extra sprocket was probably for powering a meat grinder or farm implement of some kind.:giggle: Very strange!
     
  8. deven_science

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    I think it's obvious that at one point the chainring on the other side also had a crank arm welded on it, making pedaling basically normal. Kind of a cool idea.
     

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