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Page 12 - Columbia Playboy and Playbike 88, GT Dyno Moto Glide, Schwinn: 3sp 67 Stingray, 2 speed 65 Super Deluxe, 2 speed Blue 66 Stingray and 1971 Raleigh Chopper 10 speed.

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    Columbia Playboy 88 1965, This very early gold Columbia model is a part of the wall Mural in the Westfield, Ma. offices. Unique Messenger seat, 90 degree square top sissy bar, triple tree motor cycle style front fork and art deco font screening on unique chainguard. The Sturmey grip shift 3 speed is incorrect, but retained because it was a period add on.  
   
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  Columbia Playbike 88 in the more common coppertone color. By this time Columbia had changed the name and adopted a chainguard that would carry them through the decade. Shimano shifter and 3 speed rear wheel with Kelly Springfield WW tires. Here we almost have a banana seat. The sissy bar is very cool.    
   
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    1999 Dyno GT Moto Glide. Not a muscle bike yet way cool with its 20x3" flame rear tire and the 24x 2.125 flamed front tire. Purple with shimano 4 speed and band brakes that will lock 'em up and squeel like a car.  
   
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  Raleigh Chopper 1971 ten speed in pumpkin. This chopper had an awful sprint type sissy bar and had most likely come with a redline knobby rear tyre. A plastic snap on chain ring was fitted... at least in the brochure. Note the reflective tape added to many 1971 choppers in the USA.    
   
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  This 66 big frame Schwinn Stingray has a bendix 2 speed hub and is in "as found" condition. What a gem.  
 
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  Schwinn Super Deluxe Stingray from 1964. This one was the opposite of the above good find. This was the complete Pain in the Ass find where every little piece needed to be painted, chromed or thrown away. Streamers and early speedo are nice touches. This one is a 2 speed also.    
   
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  Schwinn 3 speed Stingray 1967. The year with the ugly handlebars. This is still cool with a bunch of incorrect parts on her.  
 
         
 
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