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Old 07-15-15, 01:13 PM
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Need Identification help

I need help identifying this older ladies bike. Any help?

Any and ALL help welcome and appreciated!!

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Old 07-15-15, 04:42 PM
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could we get more pics of the bike, like the drivetrain side and or any other lettering on the bike?
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Old 07-15-15, 04:59 PM
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Pegasus is a brand and this one found by Googling appears to have a similar head badge.

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Old 07-15-15, 05:05 PM
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there were a few others that used a similar badge......argyle for starters
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thumpism, good guess...... I found this and its a pegasus head badge
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Old 07-15-15, 05:17 PM
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thumpism, good guess...
Guess? GUESS?!? We in C&V do not indulge in guessing. We inspect...we conjecture...we surmise...we recognize...we KNOW, but we do not guess.
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interesting how the headset, bulge-formed head and fork crown bear a resemblance to those of styria...

would be interesting to check the steerer to see if it is a 26.0mm...

bikes of the old east-bloc often show strong similarities to particular examples from west of the curtain.

another polish badge which has come through my workshop is zzr.

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Guess? GUESS?!? We in C&V do not indulge in guessing. We inspect...we conjecture...we surmise...we recognize...we KNOW, but we do not guess.
yes......I research so I know....... learning all I can about vintage bikes
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yes......I research so I know....... learning all I can about vintage bikes
Your reply indicates cautious agreement. My last remark was meant to be humorous and I hope it was taken as such. The mock affront was meant to amuse. Of course I guessed. New old bikes turn up all the time and everyone who loves this stuff loves to see them, whether we know anything about them or not.
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Your reply indicates cautious agreement. My last remark was meant to be humorous and I hope it was taken as such. The mock affront was meant to amuse. Of course I guessed. New old bikes turn up all the time and everyone who loves this stuff loves to see them, whether we know anything about them or not.
yes I knew you were joking......
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so, does the above exchange constitute "a polish joke"?
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