1941 Colson Imperial GrillNose Prewar Rat Rod Cruiser Bicycle $2400

1941 Colson Imperial GrillNose Prewar Rat Rod Cruiser Bicycle $2400

27th July 2018 (No Comments)

This 1941 Rover Grillnose Cushioner Cruiser Bike was a top of the line Imperial Series bike made by Colson Corporation Elyria, Ohio. This Deluxe Bicycle boasted the New Features of Cushioner Suspension Fork, Grill Tank, and Lighted Rack.  The Colson Grillnose Bicycle was only in Production about a year. 1940 and 1941 were great years for Amazing Ballooner bikes, I easily feel that Colson made some of the Best Bicycles out those years, even rivaling the absolute Quality of Schwinn Bikes. This is a Bad ol Rat Rod Ride, Quite Unique and Rare, Sought After By Collectors, I originally got this for full restoration but decided she suited me better this way, Ratty, Totally rebuilt, and Ready to Ride.

This Colson Built Rover Grill Nose Ballooner Bike is Patina Rat Rod Restored,  It has an Amazing Unique Grill Tank with working Horn, Big deep Fenders with Unique Braces and a Colson Headlight, that is working and retrofitted with a High Efficiency LED, a Rack LED Retrofitted also, Chain Guard, Drop Stand, and Deluxe Troxel Saddle Pan. Cool Ratty Rusty Patina.  This Bicycle is Totally Rebuilt and Mechanically Superb.  The Hubs are New Departure Front WL and Rear Model D Coaster Brake, both Rebuilt and Spin Smooth.  The wheels are Re laced and trued to Prewar Drop center rims, and the bike has New 26″x 2.125″ Prewar Red Goodyear Pattern Balloon Tires. This Imperial Grill Nose Cruiser is a Full-Size Adult Bicycle that Rides Nice and Looks Bad.

Click here for Details of the Lux Low Vintage Patina Restoration Process on this Bike.

Local Sale: Cash Pickup in Golden, Colorado. Cash Price is Lower than our web posted prices.

Non Local Sales: You will be billed through Paypal and Shipping is: $200 for this bike to most of the US.

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