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Old 02-11-13, 07:34 PM
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Identify the bike brand/model!

Someone from Germany posted this in an Amazon review for the Continental Top Touring tire:



So, what's the brand/model (looks like a "vintage"/old bike with a step-thru/girls frame)? The word letters (manuf. name??) on the far left APPEAR to contain "??ONSUL". And the logo/insignia APPEARS to be two capital letter C's, with the first "C" mirror-backward.
Very much looks like a vintage Triumph.

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Old 02-12-13, 09:48 AM
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It may or my not be the brand name. Some manufacturers applied the model name to the down tube.
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Originally Posted by T-Mar
It may or my not be the brand name. Some manufacturers applied the model name to the down tube.
Gotcha, bub ... any clues , then, on what it MAY be ?
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I doubt it is anything much fancier than a gaspipe 3spd commuter.
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
I doubt it is anything much fancier than a gaspipe 3spd commuter.
Bianchigirll do you recall the music group called "Everything but the Girl"? WTF am I gettin' at? Everything but the answer
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Okay ... the owner, from Germany got back with me ... it's a 'CONSUL' claimed to be 20-30yrs old and of 'typical, cheap mail-order' type.
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