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Sears “Collegiate”, not to be confused with the Schwinn bicycle by the same name. This was a lower-priced model sold by Sears, which did not carry the usual “Elgin” badge held by the rest of the Sears bicycle line. These … Continue reading
Here is one of my favourite 50′s bicycles. It has everything I like. Jewelled “Buick” style portholes, twin striped fenders, beehive springer, Batwing light, cool dual twin exhaust jet style rear carrier with MORE red jewels!! This example is one … Continue reading
This bike is also an older restoration ( see my 1941 Elgin Twin Bar, also all hand striped/logo’d) bought from Larry at Memory Lane/mailed to me about 25 years ago unestored. I chose to go with the painted fenders ( … Continue reading
The Western Flyer X-53 Super was the top of the line bicycle sold through the Western Auto store chain which does not exist today. This bicycle was built by Murray Ohio Mfg. Co. for Western Auto from 1953 to 1958 … Continue reading
This late 1940′s Sears J.C. Higgins ladies bicycle looks a lot like the pre-war models with its skirt guard and paint details. Even the badge has a similar design to the pre-war Elgin. Made by Murray, it is similar to … Continue reading
This Murray F1 Eliminator muscle bike is a true survivor! In a rare color, this bike would stand out in any collection. Murray did a good job coming up with a design that was different than Schwinn’s Sting-Ray, yet still … Continue reading