Looks like a basic Stingray with some parts replaced. I'm not up on values, but that seems high given it's overall condition.
Alright, who left the freezer door open!?!? :mad:
Welcome aboard. :forum:
Those Japanese diamond frames look like they just lifted them from a Raleigh ad, right down to the tubular fork crown.
Maybe someone cut down ape hangers.:wondering:
:39: The second one looks like it fits 3 different chain sizes. :wondering:
Maybe it's supposed to help keep road shock from snapping the stem like a twig.:crazy:
I've got a spacer I can spare, down side is it would leave a gap between the sprocket and the bearing bracket where grime and water can get in....
Hey, long time no see. :forum:
I bought a LaJolla for a friend who was looking for an inexpensive coaster bike several years ago. A little strange looking, but light weight,...
There was a period of time between the early leaf spring forks and later telescopics when Indians were equipped with girder style forks, this 1940...
I didn't account for the rack and basket. :rofl:
I'm in the factory hack camp, but it's hard to be sure from a photo.
Yikes indeed. :crazy:
If you take that Shimano apart, be careful aligning the flimsy sheet metal anti-reversion doodad putting the clutch assembly together, easily...
Mmmm, 40 pounds of all American goodness. :bigboss::showingbiceps::grin:
Better be a pretty smooth mountain. Looks K-Mart, right down to the tires.
o_O Not cool.
Used to ride the south end of the C&O a fair bit, haven't done it in a few years though. May try to squeeze in some time after being reminded by...
I'm a fan of front brakes myself, especially on a skinny tired adult street, bike but I'm also a fan of "gears" and I don't know what to think...
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