200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
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Quick Cal
Just wondering if any of you guys were into vintage bikes. I just got this one for $50.

My plan is to just clean it up and ride it. I think,,,lol.

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bowenstudios
That's one of the coolest frames designed. Space liner designed by Ettore Sottsass who also designed pedal cars, architecture lots of stuff. I had a chrome one with this weird torsion Springer front end. It was just the frame and fork and not in great shape. When I liquidated my old bike parts the guy I sold everything to put cheap wheels on it and sold it for $250 I think. The headlight thing goes for loads by itself.
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RobSchroff
The guy who started the bike co-op in the city in which I live found one of those NOS (unassembled in its box).  He fell ill and passed away prematurely.  The bike was assembled and is displayed at the co-op in his honor.  
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Gasman64
That's a neat old bicycle, Cal, looks good for what you paid.  That's a really neat style, and wow, I can't even recall the last time I rode a bicycle with a coaster brake! Possibly before I was old enough for my driver's license...hmmm.....
Steve
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campinut
I can see you now..🤣🤪😃..
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BSAGuy
Cool Jetsons' styling.  Nice sore.
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Bumpkin 95
I don’t collect them but I can definitely see why you do. That’s a cool looking bike. I find myself saying don’t start another collation right now 😁
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Gunhippie
I had the chrome-plated version of that bake back in the early '80s. I traded some stuff for it when I was in northern AZ (where I used it for trail riding--no mountain bikes yet) and brought it home. Heavy as all get-out, but fun to ride around town. Some nice folks stole it from our fenced backyard in Portland about '83.
It's priceless until someone puts a price on it.
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MrAlexxx
That's a cool looking one! I have a JC Higgins Colorflow sitting around. Gotta put some air in the tires. This topic has motivated me. Thank you.  🙂

Alex
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outlawmws
I had  bike similar to that with the housing and  lights in the housing.  Red and white stripes,  white grips.

Years later I was begging for a sting ray bike for Christmas.  My parents bought me a sting ray seat and short sissy bar, and the high rise handlebars.    😖   It was a little while before I actually put them on.  Stupidest looking bike ever.

I later added a heavy rack for the paper route (had that for 5 years) and pretty much used it up.  I must have gone through 2-3 rear wheels, and then started restringing them, to save $$ another half dozen times or more. I think it was close to a wheel every six months...

I turned it over to the kid that took over the route, and his sister,  a girl I had dated, took it over as he wouldn't get up that early.
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Quick Cal
campinut wrote:
I can see you now..🤣🤪😃..
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I think I was sitting next to that guy in a theater one time. He got arrested,,,lol. That's a joke Russ.

Some call me   "The Wrangler''

Perfection Heater Collectors #1 Gold Bond Collector #19
Quick Lite Crew #39 Slant Saver #64
Canadian Blues #58 Coleman 275 #1979
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campinut
How close were yah Wrangler?..😃🤪🤣😎..Cool bike for sure! Not much time here as I'm just sorting my GPA parts?..😎😎
Like a moth at night, I am attracted to the light!..7/7/1964...Russ, from Missouri..
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