I already talked a bit about this bike on the "For the Love of Three Speeds" thread. Been wanting a project and something different, so spent $100 on a 1955 Phillips 3 speed with SA Dyno-Three hub dated "55", so bike likely around that era.
Front/rear lights work, chain has a "master link" type thing, front hub, rear hub & top of bb shell have oil ports. It's all original. Has original Phillips bell too. Strangely I didn't take the full bike photo, but it's sort of an "oxblood red" with gold lettering & stripes. Has Dunlop 26 x 1 3/8" rims and original "tyres" which say "The Silver Star Tyre....Extra Fine Quality...To Fit Rims B.S.F. 4 & EA 3" Looks like front chainring is approximately 47 teeth & rear about 18 teeth. Right brake is for the front & left brake for the rear. I tapped on the original brake pads and they actually sound like metal. Let's just say the test ride was short as bike really didn't stop me.