| it is a 1974-7 ross apollo racer[boy].iam trying to sell it asap and if some one could help me out with pricing i would be grateful.|
it not old and beatup it needs a chrome shine and a paint job and new tires;the old ones are still there as well as the original seat ,its been ripped on the side and the front
Are you still looking to sell your Apollo Racer? What color is it? did you decide on a price?
| Do you have a photo RAR|
| I am looking for information on a 1964 stingray (K422393).|
The bike has a lucky 7 crank, spinger fork, small front wheel with drum brake, tall sissy bar with peace symbol.
The frame was repainted so orig. color is unknown.
| You can disassemble either the crank or the handlebar/fork combo and tap out either pair of cups to reveal the original color. As for the 16" wheel w/ drum brake, that feature sounds like someone took upon themselves to make a Krate, which came equipped w/ the 16" drum brake wheel, and Krates didn't come along until 1968; however, some pre-'67 Stingrays were equipped w/ springer forks.|
| Rod, Thanks for the information.|
| what month did stingray production start? |
| I`ve just got a mens 3 spd console shift in a package deal and I`m not interested in it ,maybe one of you guys will be.|
It`s green has chrome bobbed fenders,console shift,black seat with white racing stripe,says Central Park made in New York.Pretty good shape,rides nice.it looks like an AMF to me but that`s just a guess
If your interested e-mail me
| bike has to complete can be missing seat/tires rougher=better email me at TuffJoeArelli@aol.com|