Another 65 Schwinn, a Continental rescued from a dump and converted to a 26 x 2.0 cruiser:
Looks like a Huffy, early to mid 60's maybe.
I had an old Schwinn springer I added to my 53 Meteor. It didn't fit exactly, the head tube must have been a half inch longer than what it came...
You can also file down the first 1/2 inch to look just like the adjusters.
They sell them at various places. https://www.bicycleheaven.org/products/schwinn-prewar-bicycle-chain-adjuster-screw-pair-nos-vintage-black
F is 1940. Here's a 40 roadmaster:
Could be a Fleetwing badge:
Those are center pull brakes. I remember in the early 70's when your bike was better because you had center pull brakes instead of side pull brakes.
More people are doing research and asking top dollar, not as many good deals as there used to be.
The chain wheel is the Schwinn standard 36 tooth "lucky seven" they had for many years.
Could be a JC Higgins, but also has the shape of a Monark. On second thought, it's Evans (green bike):
Snyder made Rollfast and Hawthorne (for Dept store Montgomery Wards). I think that's it. Emory bought all their stuff around 1975 I think.
The measurement should be from the center of the BB where the crank arm would be, to the top of the bar.
It looks like mine, sometimes...
That is strange, Usually the numbers were stamped large and deep. I don't recognize the weld across the bottom either. Here's my 42 Snyder frame,...
Looks like a Snyder that someone added a brake bridge to. Can you show the serial number, should be on the Bottom bracket.
It probably won't last too long at that price, I would get it as soon as I could. But, if not, there will be more good American made classics that...
Either 48 or 58 by the serial number. The chain guard and chain wheel look more 48 than 58.
Here's a deal in the same area:
Forks are bent. They were riding it with them turned backwards after they were bent. The dropouts are showing it was made in China or Taiwan. The...
They must've found some sweet ramps!
These bikes are cheap and need a complete going through and are still cheap afterward. If it is used for...
Just make sure you pick out the one bike that has straight wheels and always repack all the bearings and adjust everything. There were three of...
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