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Old 06-12-18, 12:12 PM
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On Craigslist. Three speed shifter under seat. Coaster brakes. Was gold but got spray painted black 20 wheels.
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I think it's a Raleigh separable, maybe Columbia. There was one on Craigslist around here a while back, but my memory on it is a little vague.
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Sears single speed Tote Cycle. Also came in a 3 speed. Made roughly mid 1960s to the late 1970s. More than 1 manufacturer. Made in Europe at first and the last ones wrere made by Huffy. I have 3. 2 are 3 speeds with coaster brake and the black one is a 1 speed coaster brake Doesn't fold but it does break in half so it is smaller. Kinda of a bike for hippies. They do ride nice. Joe close but no cigar. Roger

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I suppose I should add pictures of my 3 Tote Cycles. Black is a single speed. The other 2 are 3 speeds with the brown one having been made by Huffy. Roger
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Sears single speed Tote Cycle. Also came in a 3 speed. Made roughly mid 1960s to the late 1970s. More than 1 manufacturer. Made in Europe at first and the last ones wrere made by Huffy. I have 3. 2 are 3speeds with coaster brake and the black one is a 1 speed coaster brake Doesn't fold but it does break in half so it is smaller. Kinda of a bike for hippies. They do ride nice. Joe close but no cigar. Roger
wow! Thanks so much Roger. Im going to pick it up tomorrow- Due to some hip/ knee arthritis and shrinking 3 due to age my 26 Raleigh is too big and heavy. This bike looks perfect. Great pics- Suzanne
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