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rich child cycle co decal position #789766 11/11/19 1:56 am
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Hi All. I saw that RGS has the "Rich Child Cycle Co" dealer decal on his site.

1) Is this the dealer decal that would have been placed on machines sold at his dealership at the Nutley NJ location (aka BSA east coast hdqrs.)
2) What would be the placement location of this sticker??? esp. on a BSA trail bronc?

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Re: rich child cycle co decal position [Re: rocketscientist] #789863 11/11/19 10:13 pm
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Hi i have the decal in stock its a waterslide transfer.

Re: rich child cycle co decal position [Re: rocketgoldie] #789873 11/11/19 11:29 pm
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can you PM me the ordering info please? shipping to NJ USA. paypal OK? thanks

Re: rich child cycle co decal position [Re: rocketscientist] #793017 12/15/19 7:07 pm
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Rick Child Motor Cycle Co. ceased to exist in 1954 as it was sold to BSA Ltd. A Hap Alzina decal would be more appropriate for the RGS.
Rocketgoldie has this and it is spot on.

Pardon my misreading. I missed the "Trail Bronc" reference. Since the Trail Bronc was introduced in 1964(?), the Alzina decal still be would be appropriate. If your's came from Nutley, then "BSA, Inc."

If I'm incorrect, please let me know.

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Re: rich child cycle co decal position [Re: rocketscientist] #793286 12/18/19 1:55 pm
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It defintely came from Nutley, being a NJ bike all its life. What does the BSA, INC sticker look like? I've never seen one

That is if BSA sold direct to the public in Nutley, or did they alway use a "dealer"? I have no clue.

Re: rich child cycle co decal position [Re: rocketscientist] #793289 12/18/19 2:26 pm
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Hi i think they only supplied bike to the dealers

Re: rich child cycle co decal position [Re: rocketgoldie] #793290 12/18/19 2:32 pm
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I agree. You might look for period dealer ads in old publications from the year of your bike. Rocketgoldie my have some on hand.


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