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Old 10-12-2013, 09:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Western Flyer trail Flite SS400



I had a few questions about this bike.

When were they made?

Is this a rare bike?

Is there a way to date it by its serial number tag?
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Not rare....you can date it by the engine numbers. Looks to be around a 1970-71
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I'd say late 60s early 70s not a rare bike but if u like it thats all that matters not sure how to date down to the year
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I'd say late 60s early 70s not a rare bike but if u like it thats all that matters not sure how to date down to the year
I like it. It has a cool look. I just like to know what I can about any thing I own.
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Here is my MTD/Columbia bike
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Here is my MTD/Columbia bike
Looks awesome, love it. How many bikes do you have?
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Looks awesome, love it. How many bikes do you have?
Alot less than before.....but still probably too many
They are really nice driving and riding bikes. You will enjoy it if you decide to invest in one.
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Alot less than before.....but still probably too many
They are really nice driving and riding bikes. You will enjoy it if you decide to invest in one.
I'm up to 4 right now. None rideable at the moment. Thought about buying on that is already up and going as I work on mine. My wife dose seam to care about them. She said as long as she can park in the garage she's cool with it. She even wants to ride one.
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I'm up to 4 right now. None rideable at the moment. Thought about buying on that is already up and going as I work on mine. My wife dose seam to care about them. She said as long as she can park in the garage she's cool with it. She even wants to ride one.
Its a sickness man...just cant have one. And next thing you know you have over a 100 and wondering where you can stash the next one when your garage..sheds...relatives houses are full.
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Its a sickness man...just cant have one. And next thing you know you have over a 100 and wondering where you can stash the next one when your garage..sheds...relatives houses are full.
Words of wisdom from a true HOARDER
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