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Page 17 - Raleigh Chipper, Firestone GTO Flame, Huffy Slingshot 3 speed, Iverson Charger 5speed and the Sportsman Aerobee 3 speed.

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    NOS 1970 Raleigh Chipper. A great bike painted in "Awful Pumpkin". Sturmey SC coaster hub, Spray red line chopper front tyre used as the rear and a spray red line "Red Dot" 16 x 1.75 tyre as the front. Small Brooks saddle on a little early rodeo type strut.
   The bikes on this page are from the collection of NYC philanthropist Tim Mitchell. Tim has imparted these to the museum at a fraction of their value, in order, I am sure, to lessen his Tax liability. I have been told that this little nugget is quite rare.
 
   
 
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  1970's Firestone 'GTO Flame' 3 speed. This bike is a solid C9 with slight indications of use. Matching Firestone tire set, tall Sturmey Archer Fireball style tall stick shifter, 1978??? AW hub. Looks like Huffy made this. I am not sure how correct this is. The guard looks to be 74+ up while the sissy and the shifter is late 60's. Any one specialize in these?    
   
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  NOS 3 speed 1970 Huffy Slingshot in yellow. Matching fender stripes and inverse seat stripe. Cool sprung sissy bar and the best tire set in the business! Note the lack of the 3rd frame tube.  
 
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    Iverson "Charger" 5 speed. Black paint, black metal flake seat, rotating indicator on the shifter, sprung seat tube, triple tree with fake springs and individual 'exercycle' handle bars, great forward flared front fender, unique chain guard, 36" sissy bar and raleigh red line tyre set. .., hey. That seems unlikely! C8 This must be seen in person. COME VISIT!  
   
 
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  NOS 1973 Sportsman Aerobee 3 speed in a coppery gold color. Sturmey Archer 3 speed stick with a S3C pedal brake hub. This is a skidding machine. Black seat with gold racing stripe. These beasts were never in my neighborhood. Actually, there were only Raleigh Choppers, Columbias, Apollos and Sears around Connecticut in 68 - 73 when life was lived on these. I never saw a Krate until I was 30.