Tag Archives: J.C. Higgins
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This bike is an amazing survivor. I picked it up locally off Craigslist. It had been in the care of another middle-aged guy for over ten years when I got it. It had obviously been kept indoors for its entire … 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 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
Rare J.C. Higgin Europeon outsourced bicycle, not the typical Murray built models of the period. This bicycle is all original down to the tires made in Holland. Of note is the acrylic fenderlight and meat tenderizer (okay I made that … Continue reading
I am new to the world of Vintage Bikes, but as far as I can tell I have a 1961 J.C. Higgins Flightliner. It has all original parts, but it is missing the headlight. I found the license sticker on … Continue reading
1951-52 J.C. Higgins Deluxe Color Flow. I bought the Higgins in July of 2010. I just completed a full restoration on the bike. Using the original colors combinations from the factory. I have posted a before and after pictures of … Continue reading