Very good - Frame size: 58
|Bicycle category:||Custom bicycle (More lots)|
|Year of Manufacturing:||1961|
|Size Measure:||Frame size|
This bicycle is built based on a Fongers Grand Sport (frame number M2175) The men’s model was only produced between 1959 and 1965
The frame, including front fork has been in a dusty barn for decades The frame is retrieved and custom built / converted (by designer/artist ScrapWolf) to a vintage touring bicycle The double, curved top tube gives the bicycle its unique character
The frame has been cleaned, primed and provided with an anti-rust primer and three layers of clear coat The front fork is stripped, primed, painted in white and lacquered with clear coat Then the bike is built with original, classic and new parts
- Front fork
- Bottom bracket
- Lacquer on frame
- (original handlebar is included)
- new/old stock aluminium crank-set, 1940s
- Pedals ( 1970s/1980s)
- Bicycle bell (1970s)
- Brooks leather saddle
- Inner tubes and tyres
- Chain and chain tensioners
- Seat post
- Brakes, brake cables and brake levers
- Side stand
- Mijnen Pieper bicycle pump
- Overall this bike is a particular whole
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|Rest of Europe||$140.48|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Santpoort Noord (Noord Holland), Netherlands.