1965 Slik Chik???

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  1. junkiestone

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    Hey,... Long time / no see...Can anyone help me I.D. this thing?

    I'm getting 12/14/1965 for the date of mfg. and I think it's a "Slik Chik". But the chain guard and front sprocket are throwing me off.

    Whatever it is, I should have fun with it.

    Thanks for the help!

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  2. ratrodzrcool

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    Maybe it's just my phone but i cant see pics

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  3. junkiestone

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    Hmmm, Me neither; I just looked on my phone.

    I uploaded from drop box to my laptop and it shows on the computer.

    Thanks, I will try something else.
     
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    How bout now?
     

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    Perfect!

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    Yes I've never seen a sprocket like that and those are the wrong pedals maybe put it together with left over parts Thats what i just did

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  7. junkiestone

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    Could be.
    It's obviously been torn down and spray painted at some point.
     
  8. junkiestone

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    Just found these pics online.
    That sprocket and guard on a Pixie frame.
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    Here is the one i put together from 4 different bikes lol
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    I like it! How does it ride with that gearing? I'm considering swapping the front sprocket with a bigger one.
     
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    Rides good

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    I like it, good pile of parts to work with.
     
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    So I replaced the chain guard and the front sprocket, got a seat from Taiwan, added some fenders, re-laced the wheels with new spokes, new tires and a paint job and here she is. (Not my favorite driver, but it's the only car I could get this close to.)
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  14. A.S.BOLTNUT

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    Here's my Granddaughters , She can hardly wait till she's old enough too ride it

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    Nice! I wish I had gotten that rear slik... maybe later.

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    It's a aftermarket slick and front tire is one also but they play the part well...:wink1:
     
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