i guess Kona is the most readily available brand to search for such small frame sizes. picked this fire mountain up for my sis a few years back. http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=63864
Is this essentially the same frame as the Hahanna? Actually, just looked it up, of course it is, I knew there was another model with the same frame. Do love the colour of that one! Big big fan. Shame you sister didn't value this! I'm trying to think of the word for what I'm turning mine into...well something for racing on the road, since it is heading for a refurb and I love riding it fast so much I thought I'd take it all the way...at 5'6" and with a very tall seat post I very much enjoy the riding position and the handling its spot on for me....
...if you have one to sell on let me know (I got beaten to it for 'mamadirt's apparently...:/). Reading the thread on your sister' 'preferences' reminds me of the last bike I build with/for a friend....it was a white 80's Raleigh sprint frame I restored, became a beautifully fast single speed with bright pink grip tape, a suede saddle and a hooter....but at 25" only for tall girls (or the distinguished gent who currently rides it!)
I might open a rescue home for these 14" old kona frames, and depending how my first project goes I might do custom refurbs and build a fleet for myself. Such a big fan.
1993 Kona Hahanna 14" "The Beast" in two tone red/silver
1993 Kona Hahanna 14" - the CHROME project (don't ask. But it will be pretty)
1998 Kona Hahanna 14", named "Aries", in scarlet red
1994 Kona Hahanna 14" codename 'Death Bike', currently ratty rusty royal blue, one day satin black + carbon
RESCUE HOME FOR:
Any 14" Kona Hahanna frame 1993-2000 + compatible parts...+ incompatible parts, I suppose..since I always tend to 'find a way'...oh well, just parts generally....WANTED: Propulsion/equilibrium tires, atm