] I grew up in the 60s, and all of the neighborhood kids had what we called polo bikes or banana bikes. The first one on the street then was my buddies new '66ish gold Rollfast 3 speed,console shift. I always wanted a multi speed muscle bike, but it never happened and I soon graduated to racing bikes. Fast forward several decades, I now restore and collect unusual Muscle cars for a hobby/ living. I also have never lost my desire for a cool multi speed muscle bike. Ideally, I'd love a disc brake lemon peeler, but no luck.... My search for a untouched muscle bike ended last week when my girlfriends son wanted to get rid of an old bike left in his basement. When I heard of it, he delivered it to me sight unseen. What a great surprise when he unloaded it! it's a '68? Sears Spyder in magenta, looks untouched and excellent shape under the dinge. Love the dual rear brakes. i can't wait to get it in top top shape once again, it should only need a thorough cleaning,polish,and lube. Plus inner tubes! A few questions, Best way to shine the chrome wheels and fenders leaving no scratches? I am thinking a mild polish? What is the go to cleaner and lube for the derailleur/chain? Who made this bike for Sears? Where do I get parts. Maybe a chain, inner tubes definitely! I notice the 5 speed spyders used a couple of different front chain wheel designs, I wonder why? Thanks for any help!