| looking for a 1970 f3 eliminator complete bike,shoot me an email as i will be out of town till may 11th.|
| Hi, Does anyone know if Gold was the only color available on the 69 Screamer or was there a Blue color available also? or any other color for that matter... Thanks, Patrick|
| no other colors offered in 69...the 68 catolog shows a purple coaster screamer |
| Thanks Eddie, Does anyone know where I can procure the correct color of paint and primer? I have a complete bike in really nice condition except this blue paint. Does anyone recommend powdercoating? Thanks for the help, Patrick|
|If your Screamer is a 1969 it should have a gold to red fade paint job like shown in picture below, best thing to do is post pictures of the bike, then i can be of more help.|
|Lets try the Picture again.|
| Do you know what the Original paint looks like under the blue? if it was spray painted you may be able to remove the spray paint and save the original paint underneath..email me at email@example.com For info on how to do this. send piictures also it will help to see the paint on it now.Thanks.Eddie|
| I looking for pictures of the pages in this book:Collectable Schwinn Sting-Ray Bicycles: 1963 1/2 - 1979. I am looking for the 1964-1970 pages of the sales prices of all the bikes? Please.|
| I had what I beleive to be a Murray Wildcat 3 Speed when I was a kid. It had chrome fenders and a white "T" shifter about midpoint of the backbone. The brake and shift cables were white as well. The seat and frame were metallic green and it had metallic green grips.|
There were chrome caps on the side rails to the backbone, right beside the head. If anyone has a picture of such a bike I would sure appreciate it. If you have one for sale, I would be extremely interested in purchasing it.
Thanks a bunch.
| Hi. I am new here. So, I am quite sorry if my post has been beaten to death already. I've read a few references here to my query, but just thought I'd ask anyway. I had a '70-'72 Sears Screamer 2. My model had the mag wheel and the coaster brake with the gear shift brake mounted on the top of the frame. The paint was the yellow/green fade model with the upright handlebars and small front tire. The question is: Where may I find one for sale? I'd really like to own one.|
Thanks for any help! I do appreciate it in advance.
| thats a hard one to find. your best bet is Ebay. they show up there sometimes...|
| Thanks Eddie!|
I appreciate the reply. I've been checking eBay recently, no luck except for a magazine ad of my exact model! Thanks again . . .