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Old 09-02-04, 01:02 PM   #1
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AMF Roadmaster

For a short story I'm looking for the scoop on a AMF Roadmaster bicycle. This bike had battery operated turn signals, built in, controlled from a switch on the tank. This bike had wide handlebars black rubber grips. White sidewall tires. Black seat that was bigger than a normal seat. It was heavy with all the steel. It had an enclosed tank with a, I believe, round plastic medallion or logo of some sort mounted on the tank. It had pedal operated brake by applying rear pressure. It would have had to have been made in the years 1953-1960. I never saw a color other than green. The headlight was built onto the front fender. I'd like a picture of any type to be certain we are on the same page or if possibe the number or the name of the model. I can locate 1952 Roadmasters but not this boat. It might have been in the $70 range when most bikes were in the $20 or $30 range. Only saw two of these and none ever in a store. Please advise.
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My mother-in-law has 2 of these both are the red-orange color. she is currently trying to sell them.
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