yeah, I have a teens or twentys motorbike with wooden 26" wheels. tires are singletube "aristocrat 26"
people call it a westfield "coffin chainring"
looks 46-7ish with the shallow curve in the downtube
Looks nice! That frame spent some time in Memphis with a friend of mine! Looks much better now!
headset cups look shelby, as does the chain stays. Seat post clamp area is similar, but looks different at the top, may have had some repairs to...
My guess is Snyder made, maybe a Rollfast. Prewar, yes.
Too bad its a Monark, I have a correct chainguard in pink/black.Its off of a Firestone though. It may say Firestone special cruiser on it. Also...
Could be a Colson with long wheel base, mid 30's for the year. Post more pics when you get it.
I think its Monark built, need more pics, 50's
Amazing find! One that we all dream of. And Welcome back! Was wondering where you've been.
probably late 40's. Serial is on BB. Cleveland Welding is the maker.
Ha, ha. Just saw your other build. Same frame different year!
Snyder built, same as the Hawthorne Zep (minus the fork lock), Rollfast Fastback Sport, and many others. That is a one year only frame with the...
Nice load! Can we see a close up of the Monark springer? Don't see that one often.
dont know, I will check tomorrow
Thats just the way I like 'em! Nice price too!
early 40's is my guess
I have done it a few times. However, it does get old turning the cog to a new hole, fighting dangling spokes. I'm used to it now. Usually I...
The slot in the cog is for replacing spokes. A bit more tedious but you can lace your wheel with the hub intact.
There are many others as well. Check out The_Black_Monark's page in the gallery section.
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