SOLD Blue Radiobike

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  1. kirk

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    This bike is all there except the antenna bracket and the tuning knob. I would like to get $1500 Shipped. If you have any questions ask now. The shipping is to the lower 48 only and the price is firm. P1190518.JPG P1190519.JPG P1190520.JPG P1190521.JPG P1190522.JPG P1190525.JPG P1190529.JPG P1190526.JPG P1190531.JPG P1190536.JPG P1190537.JPG P1190538.JPG P1190541.JPG
     
  2. LukeTheJoker

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    Very cool!
    Good luck with sale!

    Luke.
     
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  3. pholTmonx

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    Awsome Kirk.. I'll post regaurding packaging when I get to start open. That's beautiful
     
  4. rrtbike

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    Do the radios actually work in these bikes?
     
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  5. kirk

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    Yes there's no reason it shouldn't work as long as you get the power set up right.
     
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  6. Sphinx

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    I'd love to find one of those fender light lenses.
     
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  7. pholTmonx

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    I'd be interested to know how long he's had it in his collection... :) took some time to put that all under one roof :happy:
     
  8. pholTmonx

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    Haha right, I had no idea they were not all flat lenses... Amazing what can survive.
     
  9. Mark Davo

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    Don't want to sidetrack the thread, but this guy just might have one of these reproduction lenses.
    salvagebeast@yahoo.com
     
  10. kirk

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    The lens is actually from a Rocket Torpedo light. There is one of the lights on ebay $350
     
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  11. jungle t

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    Pm sent ,thank you
     
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  12. pholTmonx

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    Kirk has been very up front with me. I get first few bikes soon. I'll gladly share my opinion as to what I get..
     
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  13. pholTmonx

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    Oh wow... It has tubes in the radio... That's awsome.
     
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  14. jungle t

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    hello just wondering is this radio bike spoken for ?
     
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  15. pholTmonx

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    Hi jungle, u'll want send them a private message. Select icon and start a conversation. Kirk is good about communication.
    *Edit sorry was trying be helpful see you have already...oops
     
  16. pholTmonx

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    He's prolly busy trying find more boxes;) he's had build 5 for me so far.... Good luck with the radio, very cool piece of transportation..
     
  17. partsguy

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    I remember when this bike was discovered. The basic bike was left in the elements, the radio, tank, rack, and other rare bits were left in an attic, protected from the elements. The bike and parts were bought at an estate sale and it was pieced back together.

    I'm a classic car and history buff, I love classic bikes and antique radios. I would love to own this, but I have to hold off for now. I'd have to sell at least 3 or 4 bikes first.
     
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  18. partsguy

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    If I owned this, I'd have this bike brought back to it's former glory and that radio would work again. Grrr....adult responsibilities!
     
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  19. pholTmonx

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    I'm just not at the level be able to collect this kind of stuff yet. For my taste I think the history and look of it ads to the bike.
    Motivation right there.
     
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  20. partsguy

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    This is a Holy Grail for me. Local history (Dayton, Ohio), a classic, and a rare color combo. I DO want it, just bad timing though. I'd sell my '61 Monark, NOS '92 Huffy, and my gold '66 Eldorado for this. Maybe my '60 AMC too.
     
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