The londoner

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jd56

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Mar 26, 2011
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Norfolk Va / Va. Beach va.
Welcome

can't help you on the i.d. of the bike but, wanted to say welcome to the Cabe.
Someone here has your answer.
 

meteor

Finally riding a big boys bike
Aug 9, 2011
233
Hi Brian. Is it a 3 speed? Looks like 60s. Girl's. Not worth much if that is where you are headed. Maybe
$50-$75 if it is in good running condition. Hope that helps.
 

BRIANCVO

On Training Wheels
Mar 26, 2012
6
MASS
Thanks for responding jd. Yes meteor it is a 3-speed and shifts like a motorcycle throttle..
Just looking for backround info,value info is always a plus so thank you..i also have an
amf roadmaster & possibly an indian
 

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meteor

Finally riding a big boys bike
Aug 9, 2011
233
Is this bike restored or original? If you want more info on it I'd post in the pre 1933 section, with more photos. More promising than the Londoner!
 

BRIANCVO

On Training Wheels
Mar 26, 2012
6
MASS
Ok thanks i will do that...it looks to have been painted 40-50 years ago the
original color looks to be red/orange...
 

slcurts

Look Ma, No Hands!
Jan 30, 2013
84
Indianapolis
I know this is a very old thread but I'll post this anyway for the sake of future researchers. I have a "The Londoner" identical to the OP's except it was made in Japan. Apparently production shifted there sometime around 1960. Some people in other places are guessing that these are English designs, but the OP's shows they definitely were German. They have Shimano 333 rear hubs, as added proof they had nothing to do with Raleigh.

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