Discussion in 'SHOW ME YOUR...' started by LRELL, Jun 30, 2010.
Manufactured December 1980
started as this
ended up as this
Here's my wife's, built from a generic Japanese ladies city bike.
My wife's 53' schwinn
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Giant: Gloss: Solid. Sold
~I swear this company Giant must study the body and how it fits bikes to a T. It is a design that is so comfortable, it's like riding in an easy chair with your feet propped AND it has welds that would give any top shot welder nerd whet dreams.
~I also have a mans Revel 2 that looks bigger than a refrigerator but you can pick it up with your pinky. that's a great bike too.
Revel Mens bike, but welds look the same on the Gloss.
My wife's bike. (Green)
My Sister-in-law bike. (Teal)
Daughter in law (Dyno)
71 fair lady and 71 jr... bro and sis reunited ! Wooo
My Aunt circa 1960...
Something to do ???
My wife and her Western Flyer. She won an award last weekend at Buddy's Pedal Fest.
My Lady's Stepthrough 1953 26" Hornet in Forest Green.
It's now up on brand new White Walls and I swapped the Standard half pitch ring with a B6 Ring and it's matching chain.
Still needs rack, guard and horn unit., We left braces out of the equation to keep the basket in place.
Unfortunatelyshe's a little too short to ride the 26" so we Also found her a 24" in the exact same style and scheme today a bit more complete. I'll show you fellas that one when we get it riding. Needs tires, a little dent control and a repair on the horn.
The 24" to ride, the Better condition original paint 26" for shows when it's complete.
Heres my sons former girls bmx bike
A work in Progress. Waiting on my Beehive until tomorrow, then it's off to the snail races!!
1950 One year model Higgins
A little limiting, but I get the job done!
Finished photos possibly this weekend provided weather allows clear shots.
My fiancés 1957 Rollfast
Looks like the forks may be a bit bent?
Yea I didn’t even notice it til they were painted and I was mocking it up, but thankfully there are no issues with it while driving..
Start with the roughest looking one.
1948 CWC Roadmaster Deluxe
the next three bikes are all at least 95% original
1948 Monark Super Deluxe
1953 Monark Sunliner
1941 Elgin Deluxe Sport
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