Cabin Boy Found Still In Box!

Cardboard Love

First, I apologize to all the pervs that are here reading this from a Google Search. Sorry, we are talking about a bike.. Not some sort of strange “thing” you have odd urges about. And for all you PC people that are offended by me even referencing this, HEY, I did not name the dang bike. And to to people that actually have a life, all one of us. How cool is this.

Well, that doesnt look comfortable

Very cool

Still wrapped up in plastic. Stickers and all. And this Cabin Boy could be yours. And no, its legal and not some sort of bike trafficking if you buy it, and bring it home. And if you un wrap it and ride it, well, that could be a crime, cause the value of this little bike is the NOS of it all. Maybe buy it and donate it to the Antique Boat Museum. Or have it for your personal museum. But how do you show it? Still in the box, cause that cardboard box is the value.

Would you ride it?

All the goodies


8 replies
  1. Brandon
    Brandon says:

    Cool piece, but with a shipping price of $271, I’d seriously contemplate whether to get a one way bus ticket to TX and pedal my way back to MI. Hmmmm…

  2. Bilge Rat
    Bilge Rat says:

    Cool! I had a bike as a kid with that same generator-on-the-tire powered light. I think the generator on the MCL puts out about as much power.

  3. m-fine
    m-fine says:

    Displaying unnatural interest in what was a horrible bike at the time is another symptom of the mental disorder known as Cruiser Disease.

    If you find yourself afflicted, I believe owning and maintaining a wood cruiser and then attempting to complete the Great Loop with it has been know to permanently cure people of their illogical interest in all things cruiser related.

    Good luck, and get well soon!

  4. Briant
    Briant says:

    Nearly a thousand bucks for a silly bicycle? Just because it has a “Chris Craft” decal pasted here and there?

    And I am sorry, but the name is just downright creepy….”why don’t you go for a ride on the cabin boy”…..”Take the cabin boy and fetch some provisions.”….”yes, I do in fact have a cabin boy stuffed into the hold.”

  5. Mark in da U P
    Mark in da U P says:

    I once heard a dirty limerick about a cabin boy. Im not going to share it. Bike tire generators were cool. they worked real well on a 7″wheel of a Mini Bike at about 20mph. It is amazing what turns up on E-Bay.

  6. floyd r turbo
    floyd r turbo says:

    It would be interesting to know how and where this was found and circumstances of it being stored and unused. Curiosity killed the cabin boy.

  7. John Rothert
    John Rothert says:

    My “Cabin Boy ” is the only Chris Craft I currently Own!

    And as to cruiser disease….still got it…just not a CC….

    Seriously they are great folding bike made in Italy and ride really good…not like the glitzy folding bikes made today. I would not sell mine for that price….
    John in Va.

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