FOR SALE:   Restorable Schwinn Corvette Deluxe posted by: Bill on 5/10/2006 at 11:39:45 AM
I got it at 10 yrs old, in 1962. Schwinn Corvette Deluxe, black with chrome fenders, 2-speed bendix brake. Fenders somewhat banged up, rust, etc. What's it worth? I'll sell if anyone wants to buy at decent price.
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   RE:FOR SALE:   Restorable Schwinn Corvette Deluxe posted by Greg on 5/10/2006 at 12:57:29 PM
Seems like they go from $40 up to $200 or above for a really nice one on Ebay. Do you have pics? I'd be interested if shipping was reasonable...
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MISC:   Schwinn Replica from Pepsi posted by: Brad Polhemus on 5/10/2006 at 12:27:20 AM
I was given a Schwinn replica bike that Pepsi was having a promo on. It was about 6 years ago. It's a great bike, big seat, big tires, wide handlebars. Could anyone tell me a little more about this bike? I think someone told me itmight be a 1956 replica.
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FOR SALE:   hiawatha gambler posted by: p. vickers on 5/9/2006 at 7:50:10 PM
does anyone have any info on a 1930's hiawatha gambler?
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   RE:FOR SALE: hiawatha gambler posted by scott on 5/10/2006 at 1:27:27 AM
Gambles was a sporting goods store that offered Hiawatha bikes. most of them were made by Shelby or Cleveland Welding.
hope this helps.
Scott
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MISC:   Schwinn Barbie 20" hard tire kid's bike posted by: Bonnie on 5/9/2006 at 4:21:17 AM
I have the opportunity to buy a Schwinn Barbie. It's blue and white and in good condition. I've tried searching the web and come up empty on this one. Anybody have any info or price range to share. I would be buying it to resell. Thanks for any help.
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WANTED:   info posted by: Joe on 5/8/2006 at 3:55:43 PM
My grandmother recently passed away and we were cleaning out her garage and found a Huffy Camaro. It is purple and white. I was wondering what info you may about this bike. Any info would be great...

Thank you,
Joe
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   RE:WANTED:   info posted by Jim on 5/9/2006 at 12:59:24 AM
Joe,
Your bike is a middleweight (meaning 26x1.75 tires) from the early to mid 1960's. Even in excellent condition, these are hard to break the $100 mark. They are nice riding bikes, so just enjoy it as such.
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