A nicely restored 1939-41 Elgin ladies bike. Notice the distinctive fenders, with the front fender being mounted over the top of the fork crown.
This restored 1939 Elgin can be seen here with its original owner posing for a photo in the summer of 1940. She received the bicycle from her parents as a Christmas gift in the winter of ’39/40. The bike was … Continue reading
These are the original design patent documents for the Elgin Bluebird bicycle, attributed to Kelvin H. Booty, assignor to Sears, Roebuck and Co. The application date is January 11, 1936, which is strangely a year after the bicycle was actually … Continue reading
A “barn fresh” 1937 Elgin Robin. What a rare find! Amazingly, the Zeppelin tank is still intact.
1939 Elgin with tool box tank. All original including the Sears Allstate tires. Entry submitted by: skidkingsvbc
This is an older restoration of Westfield (Columbia) built Elgin Twin 20. The Twin 20 was one of the lesser equipped of the Twinbar models that were sold by Sears. Entry submitted by: Freqman1
1940 or 1941 Sears Elgin Deluxe. Rare version built by Westfield Mfg Co. (Columbia) Entry Submitted by Laura Kauppinen
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
Elgin long tank that I restored.Did everything, paint, air brush, seat. All but the chrome. Has vintage art deco lock and floting hubs. Expert speedo. She rides like a dream! Entry Submitted by john rutz
The last year for the “Miss America”. Entry Submitted by Shawn Sweeney