Roadmaster Luxury Liner Reproduction...just got it

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HARPO

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
I picked this one up this morning 50 miles from my house. After a little back and forth on the price, we agreed on one that we were both OK with. The photos I had seen and description were dead on...mint condition. It even came with the original paperwork, and this was the second owner. I don't think the bike has ever been ridden, at least it appears that way. Photos are as it was when I brought it home.

I'm thrilled to have it, and as of now I have the "Trilogy" of Reproduction balloon tire bikes that were mainly made from original tooling here in the U.S.A. These three will remain with me for a long time. 🙂

Enjoy the photos...

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Freqman1

Riding a '37 Dayton Super Streamline
Of the three repos--Phantom, Luxury Liner, and Columbia RX5 I rank them in that order for accuracy and quality. The only detractor for the LL was the crap seat they used and I could never get the binder bolt to secure the seat adequately. The RX5 just seemed to be lower quality, same crap seat, and chainring and headlight were were wrong. Enjoy your bike. V/r Shawn
 
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