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Old 04-26-11, 08:28 PM   #1
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20" AMF Western Flyer Buzz Bike 3 with 3-3-3 shifter on frame

I have a metallic green 20" Western Flyer Buzz Bike 3 made by AMF, & I know nothing about these bikes except they're pretty cool. I do not know the year it was made. As far as I can tell, everything is original except the front wheel & the tires. It's in overall good condition, even though somebody carved their name into the paint on the lower bar, but there's no rust on the frame. The chrome fenders are in really good shape. The seat has a few issues, but there is nobody in my area that can recover the seat with the same green material, & I'm not sure I should anyway. What I would like to know is 1) how can I find out what year it was made? 2) what is it worth as is? & 3) should I try to restore it to like new, & if so, what would it be worth then? Thanks.
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