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Page 5 - Vindec High Riser, Schwinn Super Deluxe 64, Columbia Mach 5, Raleigh Rodeo, Raleigh Chopper Girlie S3C, Schwinn J-33 and the Columbia SS3.

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    Vindec 'High Riser English Raleigh Chopper copy with black fenders, 2 part frame, nutty handle bars and quilted seat.Decent quality. Finally a used for the chromed 3sp shifters...Thanks Nick and Mandy!  
   
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  1964 Schwinn Stingray 'Super Deluxe' terracotta red. Nice restoration but the paint could be smoother.    
   
 
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    Columbia Mach 5 1970. Groovy Green. Whitewalls, 20x16, front drum brake, Monster seat and matching pad. One of the best riding bikes I have. This was actually designed and produced in the Westfield Mass Pope Manufacturing plant.(aka Columbia Bicycles)Thanks Brad Chupic!  
   
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  Raleigh 'Rodeo" 1966 NOS bike Pristine new coppertone musclebike in the vein of the Schwinn Fastback. This is a 3speed. White wall Dunlop tyres, early persons axle mount sissybar, wils wild west shifter and ransom note chainguard lettering.    
   
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    Raleigh Chopper 1971 girlie S3C 3sp coaster brake. Pumpkin with a 1971 chopper converter bar in factory white. This made a girlie bike a boy bike on the rare chance that your kids would consecutively utilize the same bike. Lets hope the girl got it first. I know that I trashed my chopper before 5 years were up.Thanks to Dale Cramer!  
   
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  Schwinn Stingray 'j-33' Even though the sissy bar is 5/8" instead of 1/2", this is a pretty nice original Flamboyant Lyme bike from December 1964. I was 3 years old. Lyme tassels. Why do kids never notice that the chainguard is loose before the pedal wrecks the paint???    
   
 
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    Columbia 'SS3' 1969 3sp, drum brake, wild extended fork, dopey frame, Shimano 3 speed wheel and shifter, sprung (incorrectly) sissy with huge square back, wildly unusable handlebars. Modern Tool and Die designed this monster with out ever letting a child ride one. Columbia badged and sent this one out. Many say 'MTD' in the rest of the country. I love this as I love all design faux pas. (Cadillac fins in 1959, JVC Vidoesphere, Electrohome bubble stereo, Panisonic Orbitel, 50's Diners, Sunburst Mosrite, Eames Egg Chair...)