CCM Flyte

Discussion in 'BIKE I.D. & VALUATION QUESTIONS' started by Riley McMurray, Aug 17, 2018.

  1. Riley McMurray

    Riley McMurray

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    IMG_0947.PNG Any idea how much this is worth?
     
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  2. late for dinner

    late for dinner

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    Good question Riley. Are you buying or selling btw?
    Without the original curved fork and repaint(?) the value would be much less than original fork and finish.
    Nice originals 1000 to 2000+ range.
    This is not that.
    I'll let someone who's bought or sold one offer an
    experienced appraisal.
    As a Rat rider in Toronto, where it was made, I'd be interested, broke (bike rich/cash poor, open to trades) but interested.
    Good Luck and I'll stand by.
     
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  3. Riley McMurray

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    Thanks for your reply! Another antique bike addict here in Winnipeg has offered me 225$ for it, and I've agreeed to sell. Three others offered 200$
     
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    Awe shucks, that was a quick one Riley.
    I wouldn't ask that you break your agreement, but should the bike become available by chance, I'd be to happy to make another offer. You can PM me anytime.
    I have a Colson looptail and Elgin Twinn. A CCM Flyte will be most welcome some day to complete the set.
    I know of one frame and fork locally that's just hanging on a living room wall for now.
    I live about 2 miles from the old CCM factory location where these were built, so just maybe I'll get real, real lucky and find one in an old garage's rafters some day.
     
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  5. Riley McMurray

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    I'll let you know when I find another one!
     

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