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Old 02-21-15, 06:27 AM
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Roadmaster Serial #

Is there any way to look up old Roadmaster serial #'s? I have a old "tank" bike I believe to be from the early 60's but would like more info on it

Serial # R548583, can also post pics later
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Old 02-21-15, 01:39 PM
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I understand just curious to see what year it is thanks
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as noted the best way is pics.
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from the research I've done, I believe it's a 1963, any ideas? I bought it off the original owner for $20, and put new tires/tubes/rim bands on it, she had a bunch of stories about it and it was always stored in a climate controlled storage unit if it wasn't inside at her house

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