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Discussion in 'General Discussion About Old Bicycles' started by chucksoldbikes, Jul 17, 2016.
1937 and 1938 Roadmaster Supremes. V/r Shawn
here is one I did up 2 years ago from bicycle larry
Beautiful bike Jon @CWCMAN and I would like to get some more info. PM sent. V/r Shawn
Heres my latest purchase . New care taker of this beautiful Roadmaster .
Very nice and one that was previously unknown.
I would like to get the serial number for the registry.
I will send you a conversation.
B18554 is a "real" boys' and is the "Father" to Jim JAF/co's she/he's.
Bob Rose of Ceres, Ca. did the painting. The bike is on display at the McHenry Museum in Modesto, Ca. for the Amgen Tour of California. You can see in a Past Shows at the Museum the frame was on display.
Thanks Jon-much appreciated. I love the colors on your bike. V/r Shawn
Great looking bike. I will update the registry to include your bike.
Super cool bikes. Great originals and restorations. Big fan of the 4 Gills. Shawn. Checkerboards are icing on the cake. Congrats.
Words cannot describe the feeling I get when looking at that magnificent black & orange 1938 Roadmaster Supreme.
The fit and finish of that bike is outstanding!
I've been holding back on pictures but here it is.
Another magnificent Jeff Guyer (39zep) restoration.
The only one parked in my house
That looks spectacular, Eddie.
Amazing results, Jeff.
On the way to the museum and in the McHenry Museum for the celebration of the Amgen Tour of California May 14-20, 2017.
Here is my early '36. Great riding bike.
1937 Standard Model 0926.
Looks like my 1938 has an older brother!
I think its a 38. Maybe a 37. The pins go way down the tubes. A37 stamped on the crank. Just got done cleaning it up. Waiting for the rack to be repaired. On the hunt for a drop stand and a chain guard in original paint.