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1984 Roadmaster

#1 2015-06-15 9:43pm

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1984 Roadmaster

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1984 Roadmaster

Chrome Moly Competition Racing Frame

Neat old bike. GT laid back seat post Viscount Dyna seat new AME grips Someone was proud to build this frame, factory stamped "MADE BY RC" Made in Olney Illinois 1984


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#2 2015-06-16 2:24am

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Re: 1984 Roadmaster

Wow. I like it when the ones I've never heard of crop up. Time to go do some research. Cool looking frame, sort of reminds me of an early Cook Bro's or something. cool


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#3 2015-06-16 8:10pm

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Re: 1984 Roadmaster

Restored my wife's original one owner Roadmaster girl's TT ten speed last year.  Cheap Dept. store bikes that are built well with cheap parts.  They last with care.cool


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