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Posted by: tony jr TITLE: FOR SALE:   schwinn speedster
i recently recieved a 50~s to 60~s schwiin speedster,black all original except cars and stem...i was wondering is this bik worth the hassle or should i send it to the scrap heap...if any body maybe would like it let me know also. thank you
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Posted by dave
Mine does have a single cruved top tube Also known as the camelback frame from 1932 even though its a 1980 just like the caliber 30-06 the calber itself is the history of the gun in wich case its going to be a nice ride just a thick cloud of envy
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Posted by dave
I have a 1980 green speedster frame looks like at one time it had 5 or 10 speed on it. Iwant to make a motorbike out of it. Not for sale
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Posted by tony jr
the bike is a 26~inch black with the coaster brake. the bicycle pictured in the link is almost identical to mine,expection of whitewallls mainly and basket. thanks fo your help and i recently begun resto. hope shes looks like a champ when im done
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Posted by ken
tony jr, they are all worth a little hassle IF someone will ride them. The Speedster is a lower-end model. It won~t make you rich, but if not collectible, with normal maintenance it will be a great rider. You don~t specify condition, size or location. It might not be worth shipping but you will be able to get something if you sell it. Here~s a link, with thanks again to Tom Findley, to the Speedster in the 1959 catalog. It shows 3 different frame sizes and 3-speed, 2-speed and coaster options.
http://www.trfindley.com/flschwinn_1951_1959/1959_09.html
Find the serial number and determine the age first, using the chart on this site. Let us know!
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