Burgundy Raleigh with silvery mudguards, six-speed, women's frame, is now at home in the bicycle parking at our co-op. She seems to be in reasonably good condition - the paint on the frame is perfect (unlike mine which needs a retouch and will get one soon). The back tire is soft but I don't think there is a flat as wheeling her home was perfectly easy without that telltale drag - we'll see - the tires look pretty good. The brakes are soft. I braked her as hard as I could while pushing her and could still roll her a bit, so at the least she needs an adjustment and perhaps new brake pads. One of the key unknowns as of yet is the saddle and handlebar posts - those can become frozen in place, in which case the saddle is too high for me - the handlebars are fine, though it is nice to be able to adjust them. I have lubricated them and will have someone look at them.
Her model name is a Raleigh Safari, but that name (like Sprite, my bicycle's model) has been used over the years for very different bicycles.
She and Miep the Sprite make a pretty pair, for now. I may keep her for guests, or a spare, or give her to a friend.