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1935 Schwinn The World straightbar rebuild

Discussion in 'BUILDS' started by 450redrider, Mar 4, 2012.

  1. 450redrider

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  2. aka_locojoe

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    Great pics.
     
  3. garagegoon

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    Did you do your paintwork? What colors are those? I dig the color combo... 8)
     
  4. 450redrider

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    I did the paint/powder coat. The dark green is Mirror Green powder from Eastwood and the light green is Gloss Fern Rustoleum rattle can from lowes. I was going to go with Orange pinstripes but now after getting my "The World" decal put on I decided to go with red.

    Thanks I have a couple more from down by the river that I'll upload later. Plus I'm sure after the parade tomorrow I'll get to take some more with the rest of my decals on and the ugly head/tail lights off of it
     
  5. scott brownsey

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    turned out SWEET :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
     
  6. ndaway

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    That bike is going to be off the hook at the parade :mrgreen: wish I could make it
     
  7. LowpowerD

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    Two words: AWE SOME!
     
  8. 450redrider

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    got it out for Canal Cruise today. While at the turnaround point seen this Rebirth stone and just had to snap a picture
    [​IMG]
     
  9. kensmurray

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    very nice.
    Kenny
     
  10. Uncle Stretch

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    It did turn out really nice. I too love the color combination.
     
  11. 450redrider

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    Thanks guys right now its my favorite rider
     
  12. 450redrider

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    Realized I never posted a pic of it after the pin-striping got done
    [​IMG]
     
  13. iven

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    sorry for possibly stupid questions..
    but what you spray on the chrome and whats it do?
     
  14. jackdaw

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    I saw the first post of this build and somehow missed the rest of it? That is one sweet looking bike and a nice restoration.

    How did you mask off the darts when you painted them? I saw you got some stencils. How did you use those ? I've been trying to get someone to do a show and tell on painting darts but so far no.
     
  15. Stingrat

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    this thing is great, love the colors, awesome job.
     
  16. 450redrider

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    The grey is actually the chrome powder coat before baking.
     
  17. 450redrider

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    Thank you. The stencils i ordered are actually for a phantom but reversed for powder coated frames. Usually your suppose to paint the front color then mask off and paint the back. I'm getting ready to restore another straight bar for my dad and this time I'll post pics of putting the pencils on.
     
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    I would have never fathomed to go green with the red tires, but egads! she looks nice.

    Roscoe Clyde
     
  20. 450redrider

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    Thank you, I had considered going with bright red tires instead of the bricks but seen a bike this combination and loved it.
     

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