Assistance

The following message has been received….

Dear sir,

I have retrieved a Phillips bicycle from my late father in laws shed in pieces and wonder if it would be worthwhile trying to refurbish it. From the information I have it was purchased just after the Second World War.

If it is worthwhile are new parts available for it?

 

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We have another inquiry to help with identifying a Norman cycle of which the frame size is 23” and the wheels are 26” x 1 3/8 and the lights and dynamo on it are Miller.

These images are reduced for display here, the full size are available, around 4000 px wide, if required.

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Number below the cranks – but not very clear

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Another

I have an old Raleigh cycle in Team Raleigh red and yellow but not chrome bottomed forks with frame No G6887 I believe is a high end frame from 1972.
I bought the bike from a cyclist who was short of money in 1980 and was looking for any info on it and if it has any value.

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One more…
I have an old ladies bike in my garage which needs tlc. It has a 24 inch wheel and the frame is 21 inch. It has no gears. The leather seat is still on it but needs oiling. I used it for years to cycle to the school I was teaching in, then my daughter had it and cycled around Sutton Courtenay. I would hate to see it thrown away so would be pleased to find someone who would be interested in doing it up as I believe it would come up well. I am too old now to do the necessary work so I wonder if anyone in your club would be interested?

I live in East Hanney, near Wantage.

The lady with this machine is willing to let it go to anyone who could renovate it and said she would like to see it afterwards.

 

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