Could it be a Behringer? He worked for Pop Brennan in the 30s and he always like that kind of treatment for the ends o the stay.
Steve Leitgen La Crosse, WI
On Nov 12, 2006, at 10:53 PM, Joseph Bender-Zanoni wrote:
> It looks a lot like a Pop Brennan, but I don't think it is,
> especially due to the shape of the rear dropouts. Anyway, it looks
> like a nice pro quality prewar track bike and if such bikes were
> raced, they cannot be found in uncrashed or undinged condition.
> Joe Bender-Zanoni
> Great Notch, NJ
> Andrew McComb wrote:
>> Track frame in question? can anyone help identify it based on the
>> lugwork. The headset is BSA, the cranks are williams, and the
>> seapost says schwinn. There are no markings on the frame or
>> ends. and yeah its a shame some one crashed it. Spacing in the
>> rear appears to be 110. Note the bell type headset. Thanks for
>> the potential help.
>> -Andrew McComb
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