I'm looking at a real similar bike to this. The one I'm looking at has a New Departure model A rear hub which if my research is correct would make it 1928 or earlier, same Westfield coffin chainring, looks to be the same color under the rust. If you and I get them, we'll have to compare notes. I have always liked these motorbikes so I'm hoping it comes through.
Yeah, the dimensions for the tank are listed. I like these with an exposed frame with the battery tube. Prices for parts seems to go way up the older the bikes are. I'm going to give mine an OA bath to see what is under the rust and decide which way to go from there. I'll scratch build the missing truss rods for sure.I was thinking more of Cafe Motobike look , since I need bars anyway .
I have told that the McCauley tanks will fit ? This will probably end up being a barn wall hanger , until it finds a new owner ?
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Westfield serial numbers are easy, just look at any Columbia serial number chart, Westfield built Columbia bicycles.No, I haven't been able to find any charts for the much older Westfields. You probably have to get it close by components. Which hub is on the rear? There might be a date on the crank.