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1937 Monark Silver King Mens Wingbar Bike

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Old 12-01-2010, 08:12 AM
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Default 1937 Monark Silver King Mens Wingbar Bike

here ya go guys if you got some deep pocket and want something a little different this is for you a 1937 Monark Silver King Mens Wingbar Bike.


1937 Monark Silver King Mens Wingbar Bike, NR - eBay (item 110616497663 end time Dec-05-10 17:00:52 PST)


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Default Re: 1937 Monark Silver King Mens Wingbar Bike

That's a awesome toy!! I'd love to ride that around Venice Beach!!!
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Default Re: 1937 Monark Silver King Mens Wingbar Bike

those are popping up all over lately. my buddy's got a women's wingbar.

they get really brittle with age, though. would be great for a display, or a parade bike, but anything more, and you'll be recycling it along with your beer cans.
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Default Re: 1937 Monark Silver King Mens Wingbar Bike

Nice patina. I noticed there is a bidding frenzy on it at that opening price.
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Nice patina. I noticed there is a bidding frenzy on it at that opening price.
Were one bidding on a decently kept old bicycle I could see spending $1600. However, all you've got there is a set of patterns off of which you can probably make a bunch of new parts.
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Default Re: 1937 Monark Silver King Mens Wingbar Bike

makes me feel good about the mint one in my collection.... Paid $1500 for it 20 years ago but it looks like you jumped in the wayback machine to 1937
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