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Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by fundreamer1, Jan 15, 2011.
not sure. should be on the bottom, under the cranks on the bottom bracket.
oh, and the badge dates it to the early to mid 50's.
I really appreciate it. Thanks again
I took a wire wheel to it and sure enough I found the serial number, but there were two sets of numbers and they were upside down to each other. Does that make any sense? Anyway, the numbers are "CA029" is one and the other is "TH75EH" Can I find out anything from these? Sorry to be a bother but I don't know the bicycles very much except riding one. lol Now give me a Model T. Ford and I know my way around. He! He!
P.S. I also noted that the crank tube was welded across in one spot.
you could try doing a google search, or sign up at the "Classic and Antique Bicycle Exchange forum and ask over there.
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Already tried google, I signed up on the forum you suggested and now I can only wait and see. Thanks
I found this bike, it looks identical to the one I have, it has the same badge and and multi-holes for the rear fender brackets, it is a 1954, is there a good chance mine is the same year too? The only difference I see is the peddle sprocket.
Does anyone know of a bike that comes 12g rims stock as well as the hd wheel. I remember seeing it at some point for around 300. Just cant think of where.
I think you are speaking of the Grubee GT2 Bike and you can get them from
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