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Rambler Bicycles. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1893) Rambler Bicycles Fully Guaranteed. Columbus plead for three poor ships and we reap the benefit. Sons and daughters plead for fresh air, changed scenes, health - the Bicycle the means, Health the end. Your childrren and theirs will reap the benefit. Few Bicycles so strong as Rambler Bicycles. Manufactured by the Gormully & Jeffery Mfg. Co., in Chicago from 1878 to 1900. Its body featured flared metal tubing for extra strength at the joints, which were brazed by immersion in molten brass. These techniques continued even after Gormully & Jeffery (G&J) and Rambler became names of the American Bicycle Company, or Bicycle Trust, which was not known for the best manufacturing techniques in all of its lines. Ramblers were still a proud piece of machinery when low prices took precedence over high quality. Because a bicycle looks nice is no sign it is of Rambler's grade. To frictionless bearings and accuracy of sprockets and chain are due the easy running qualities. Ramblers are not antique but decidedly up-to-date, have those well-built and stylish qualities which make second-hand Ramblers worth more on the market than other second-hand wheels - as much as some new ones. Enjoy these vintage ads for Rambler Bicycles while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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