MISC:Green Dragon? posted by: Ace Kharma on 7/30/2008 at 10:53:59 AM
I had a bike in the early-mid 70's. I believe it was called the "Green Dragon", but I can't find any pictures. What I recall is it had a banana seat, big sissy bar, drag brake handle on the frame, and a fatter "flat" looking rear tire. Of course, they came in green color frames. If anyone recalls this and knows the MFG, etc, it would be appreciated, especially some pictures. thx.
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   RE:MISC:Green Dragon? posted by Jim on 8/23/2008 at 4:33:10 PM
I have one in my museum at www.nemusclebikes.com
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WANTED:Huffy Bicycle, Mr America posted by: Zorrick on 7/30/2008 at 8:32:51 AM
I want to buy a 1970-1974 Huffy Bicycle, Mr America it's red white and blue and sayes Mr America on the chain guard. Please let me know if any even has a photo of this bike. Thanx
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AGE / VALUE:Schwinn stingray pixie hunter green posted by: shelby Elrod on 7/25/2008 at 8:31:15 PM
does any one know the value of this bike it is hunter green i have seen any of these any were. its all orignal it has some ninx in pant but other than that it looks geat no rust on the crome or any were els
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FOR SALE:amf aerobee renegade 3 posted by: xxfacta9 on 7/22/2008 at 8:28:32 AM
1 1969ish amf aerobee renegade 3 complete some rust $99 obo ann arbor mi. 734 961 2666
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MISC:trying to identify bike from childhood posted by: Chip on 7/18/2008 at 8:21:59 AM
Hello, I am trying to find out what bike I had as a kid back in the late 60's early 70's. It was yellow with the high handles bars and bananna seat. It was a 3 speed, the shifter was mounted on the cross bar. The cross bar was not just one bar but two side by side and the shifter was mounted between the two. The chain guard had a picture of a dragster on it. I can't remember much else and I'm not sure what year I got it. I am looking for one but I need to know excatly what is was so I can do my searching. It was a great bike and I eventually sawed the forks off of another bike and had them welded onto the ends of this bike and had a custom chopper! Before that, this was my Evel Knievel bike, jumping fires and all sorts of things. I had my mom watch me one day and she said "don't you ever make me watch you do that again" but my dad would say " can't you jump higher and longer" Ah.. the good ole days. Anyway , any help would be greatly appreciated.
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   RE:MISC:trying to identify bike from childhood posted by Chris on 7/20/2008 at 10:27:23 AM
I think your bike was a Huffy Dragster 3, from 1972. I have a copy of pictures from some old Huffy catalogs and this bike matches your description. If I can get my scanner working again I could email you a picture.
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   RE:MISC:trying to identify bike from childhood posted by chip on 7/21/2008 at 2:40:26 PM
I looked them up and that is not what I had. It didn't say dragster on the chain guard it was an actual picture of one. Also, there where two cross bars and the shifter was mounted inside a plastic box with the gears on it, 1,2,3.
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   RE:MISC:trying to identify bike from childhood posted by Bill on 7/23/2008 at 10:06:52 AM
You had a Huffy Cheater slick. I recently sold one of these, but in coaster form, to a lucky guy locally. Does the name sound familiar?
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   RE:MISC:trying to identify bike from childhood posted by AndyB on 8/8/2008 at 4:10:25 PM
Hey, Those were the days, going into a jump Knowing odds are you're gonna get hurt. I remember afterschool crowds and guys jumping a bunch of people lying down...(ouch)
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   RE:MISC:���trying to identify bike from childhood posted by Kurt on 8/29/2008 at 8:40:42 PM
Sounds like you may have had a Huffy Trophy CS,
but I've only seen them in green.
See below for a picture.
Hope this helps!


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