Discussion in 'SHOW ME YOUR...' started by rico, Dec 1, 2010.
My 80's Schwinn "SS Cruiser"
Took my 20" schwinn balloon for a ride
that's bad as heck. love the green too.
My 49 Schwinn
My 53 Red Phantom
My Restored 70 Schwinn Typhoon
one i just finsihed a couple of days ago
1961 Schwinn Flying Star
A couple of mine.
1975 Schwinn Scrambler
And my almost finished 1983 converted to single speed
Another pic of the 1975 Schwinn Scrambler, a wheelie machine
1959 Traveler turned 1920's Truss framed bike. Gary
I already posted my '46 Schwinn DX, my custom '66 Schwinn Typhoon and my '63 Schwinn American. I posted these muscle bikes in the "Recent Finds" section, but wanted to add them to the Schwinn Gallery. Both are "projects" as they need a little TLC. Overall they are in pretty good original condition. The Stingray was bought from the original owner. Both bikes need detailed and new seats, but they'll look super nice when done....
1968 Schwinn Stingray Deluxe....
Schwinn Tiger (not sure of the year, but I'll be pulling the crank soon enough....
is this repainted? Would like to know what color or paint type was used.
My Schwinn World Tourist:
My 1970 Schwinn Suburban I've had since I was 13. I plan to restore this bike to what it was when my Father got it for me but nicer! I have repainted this bike ???? times and the only original parts left are the frame itself, seat post and clamp, and the Twin Stick shifters! Looking kind of rat rodish for now!
prewar schwinn new world with suntour superbe pro hubs Fixed[img][/img]
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