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1966 Coppertone Junior Stingray

Discussion in 'MUSCLE BIKES' started by nateyboy, Jul 16, 2017 at 5:13 PM.

  1. nateyboy

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    I'm hoping some of you muscle bike experts can shed some light on my latest purchase. Serial number begins with "JB..." which I believe makes it a September of '66. I read a little bit about the Juniors, but have absolutely no idea what is correct/original to this bike. Clearly it's missing the 3-speed rear wheel, and I'm pretty sure the giant sissy bar isn't stock. I'm not sure about the Mesenger seat (but I dig it), or if it should have bow pedals instead of the regular block pedals currently on it. It does also has a full Miller generator headlight and taillight set.

    I'm not sure what my plans for it are yet, but I would love to know more about it. Thanks!

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  2. scrumblero

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  3. scrumblero

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    I might have a 28h three speed SA around somewhere.. ;)
     
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  4. scrumblero

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    The rim is a S-5 24".. I can pull it down and clean it up if you want to know the year and make sure it works.. KIMG0914.JPG KIMG0911.JPG
     

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