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    sears vintage bicycle?

    can anyone tell me the year and if its worth anything?the serial number is 451700 356304
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    Deadweight de Luxe k_as_in_knife's Avatar
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    Probably early 1960s, or so. You might find it, or something close, in the Sears catalogues online here: http://www.wishbookweb.com.

    Judging by the crank and rear dropouts I'd say that one was built for Sears by Murray. It's in decent shape and looks complete but unfortunately girls bikes are rarely worth much.
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    Elitest Murray Owner Mos6502's Avatar
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    Yes, Murray built Sears. If the tires hold air and there is nothing obviously/majorly wrong with it, then $50 would be a reasonable price. You could probably find a sucker to pay more if you were willing to wait a while though. But as mentioned above women's bikes generally aren't worth very much.

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