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Old 01-23-12, 01:14 PM   #1
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please help lol

im hopeing someone can help me . i am trying 2 identify my bike.from my reasearch i think its a late 60s rollfast. the serial number is g367845.it also has a red ring bendix hub and the seat is a mesinger,which is white and blue in color.the bike it self is blue and its a mens bike.i think its rollfast because ive compared pics and also ive checked numerous other serial number charts,but rollfast dosent have one,if so someone please let me know lol.given this info can someone please help me identify this please.sorry i dont have pics cause my internet acess is limited so i have 2 use my fone which isint that goodlol,so also could u send ur reply 2 my email its [email protected] can check that on my fone lol. thank u
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lol, lol
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Old 01-23-12, 01:29 PM   #3
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I'm positive that it is a 1968 Blue Rollfast.
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I smell a pile-on.
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Sir, I know it's hard to post pics for you, but without pictures there's really nothing anyone can do.
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I'm positive that it is a 1968 Blue Rollfast.
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I likely came out of a closed down Whirlpool or auto plant
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I'm positive that it is a 1968 Blue Rollfast.
On the contrary. It's a 1969.

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This forum seems to have lost a bit of its famous geniality.

OP, if you want help, post photos. Middleweight and heavyweight bikes are not a great specialty of the people here, but maybe someone will be able to help you.

Also, it would help to know what you are looking for... just the year of your bike's manufacture?

Also, if you use standard English and avoid saying "lol" unless something is genuinely funny, people here will probably retract their claws.
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lol, lol
my first reaction too!

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The bike may LOOK blue but how do you know for sure that it's blue?
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You or the bike?
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Try rat rod forum. Not much cruiser activity on this forum.
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That's www.ratrodbikes.com. They'll know what that is.
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