Ok, I am in too. I found this sweety today: More about it here: http://www.ratrodbikes.com/forum/index.php?threads/swap-meet-find.108799/#post-1104583 What I will do with it is basically strip it of its fenders, chainguard and rack (which I am not ashamed to admit I will rob for a running build). I will also swap the seat, the handlebars and the wheels. I might change the cranks and pedals. I am not a fan of ladies' frames (laterally flexy and prone to wobbling at the headtube at higher speeds), and I don't like the mounting and dismounting process on a tall (at least to me) bike in combination with a coaster brake. I especially don't like that the second you step off the pedals you are left with no brakes since it has a coaster brake only. What I did like about it is that it is a Holland bike, which is indeed made in Holland. If you are not familiar with the term Holland bike - well, this is it: 635 or 622 wheels, fully enclosed chainguard, skirtguards, very retro seating position because of which is called "granny's bicycle". Usually 1-3 speeds, nowadays more. It has a sweet ride, steers very nice and easy - characteristics of a bike with such a geometry. The seating position is unusual, but it rides very nicely, even though it is a low end bike. This one came with one speed only (freewheel). I have a set ready for it with gear hub, also a front brake. So I see it really as a 3 speeder, strolling along the river where I wouldn't need manoeverability or acceleration.