No head badge, new inexpensive pedals with reflectors, looks like a Bendix Red Band coaster hub, hodgepodge of parts and no cruiser handlebars. I don't think it is worth the time parting out. I do think you could sell it as a whole bike though. The spray bomb paint could easily be removed with careful rag rubbing with Gun Scrubber or Goof Off. The original paint will scrub a little but if you are careful you can remove the red spray paint to see what is under there. That and something like Brasso and aluminum foil on the chrome and you will have a different bike. You could paint the rack and chain guard a contrasting color like black or whatever contrasts with the original color. If the fenders are a different color paint those black too. It will look good. If you don't have the time to do this, tell a prospective buyer he can easily remove the spray bomb. I see potential in the bike and if someone wants a classic to ride, this is a good one. Try for $100 and don't take less. Bikes like this sell for $25 to $40 here, but they don't come up for sale very often. Three years ago they were all $25 but they are getting scarce at that price now. The last three I bought in this vintage over the last year were two at $40 and one at $25. I did pay $175 last summer for a 1930s Colson that needed a lot of repairs, but I wanted it, for the long spring saddle that had excellent upholstery. I fixed it and replaced the saddle and gave It to my son in law for his birthday. Perhaps you could give it away as a gift.