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Page 4 - Schwinn Ramshorn Fastback, Iverson Dragstripper, Raleigh Fireball, All Pro Firecat and the AMF Raodmaster Flying wedge.

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  Schwinn Rams Horn Fastback. 5 sp. Black. This is a pristine restoration of a very collectable bike from 1967.I bought this way back for way too much money, having been told that it was one of the best in existance.After I replaced the wrong rims and handle bars I realized that I could not recoup the investment, even if the frame was full of cocaine. IT is the only fastback I own at this time.  
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  Iverson Dragstripper. Great bike, crappy pic. Originally I took all the pics before I set up the bikes on racks. Somehow the files were corrupted. I could not face taking 95 bikes down from the walls and ceiling and rephotographing them.
   Unique 'Exhaust' frame, screen striped seat and huge chainguard. A real pleasure to ride and wheelie.
   
   
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    Raleigh Fireball. Fat tyre brother to the Rodeo.If the Chopper's mother was the RSW that this is the chopper's father. Great looking and even better riding I believe that this was not a very brisk seller. Almost a pea picker green. The shifter was made to hark back to the wild west with its height and nutty wood ball knob.  
   
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  All Pro (Murray) Firecat. This cat is one of the few I have found with the unique seat intact. Cool red to purple fade, muffler chainguard and the trade mark extended fork almost makes this a musclebike. The 2nd in the 4 bikes offered from 1977 to 1979. These were unstable on their kickstands and the rear fender usually turned to crap after only a few decades.    
   
 
  AMF Roadmaster Flying Wedge. This must be a mid 70's musclebike due to how much more tame it is when compared to the earlier bikes of this style. Note the aluminum caps pressed into the ends of the exposed tubes and the weird rear drop out. On earlier bikes of this style, there were aluminum eyelets pressed into these holes in the drop out.  
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