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Need help identifying my bike please

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I've had this bike since the late 60's early 70's. For some of that time my sister had it and while in her care the emblem was removed and I don't know what make or model it is. I believe it may have been a Montgomery Ward or perhaps a Sears/Roebuck bicycle but I have not been able to find it. I'm hoping one of you will be able to help me out with this one. It is a 20 x 1.75 wheel single speed that breaks apart in the middle for easy storage in the trunk (one bolt). Here are some pictures. Moderator, if these are too large please feel free to resize them.:

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Hey Jack, you might want to look at a 1967 Rollfast Mustang bike on ebay because it look's identical to yours except for the color.

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