I guess I purchased this 66 Ray, never the plan right to buy.

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Beach Bum III

Finally riding a big boys bike
I haven’t looked at the date. I believe it’s technically right, really same era and right on the cusp. I did have a 66 deluxe before with the same bar and it was original. Definitely more comfortable than the bar you’re talking about. 68-69 is the most comfortable in my opinion.
Thanks for getting back to me. I’ve got some ‘68 bars and yes, they are comfy. I’m looking for the ‘63-‘65 bars for a proto-moto build. I found a Campus Green, ‘69 Fastback that I’m putting together as an early BMX (‘74 era) and those bars just seem right. Very flat. Hoping to find a really beat up pair because I want to weld on a low crossbar and not feel too guilty about it. Clearance on the Fastback will be an issue with 2.124 knobbies but I think I can tweak things a bit and get it to work. Stock fork is probably a no go.
 

B607

Look Ma, No Hands!
Junk yard find for $10. Super Deluxe. Gary

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fatbike

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Good looking Stingray!
Thank you, I think so. Graphics are not strong, but for me that doesn’t matter. Fun riding bike for having an original slick, not the most efficient tire, but looks tuff, took it out twice already.
 
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