AGE / VALUE:   What is this? posted by: Timothy Funderburg on 10/10/2005 at 5:36:37 PM
Hi I was wondering what kind of bike this is and what it is worth.
I think it is a stingray, but I just want to know what it is worth and what it is.
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:   What is this? posted by rod on 10/17/2005 at 5:09:41 PM
You THINK? If it has a built-in kickstand, a 'lucky-7' or 5-slot mag chainwheel sprocket, '60's serial # stamped on the rear left dropout or '70's serial # on the headtube underneath the headbadge (the important factor), you have yourself a Schwinn Stingray; but if not, then it isn't. As far as what it's worth depends on its condition.
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WANTED:   Aaron Ruark whats up???10 months and counting since our deal. Where is the stuff? posted by: Joe Bowen on 10/9/2005 at 4:21:42 PM
Aaron Ruark whats up???10 months and counting since our deal. Where is the stuff?

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AGE / VALUE:   1964 sting ray ( all orginal) posted by: marcus woodard on 10/5/2005 at 1:26:35 AM
hey wuts up i was wondering how much a 1964 schwinn sting ray would cost. it has all the original things to it nothing was added. i was told that it was worth close to 500 and 700 dollars but i dont know if there right so can u email me back at mexiballa09@hotmail.com
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:   1964 sting ray ( all orginal) posted by Rod on 10/6/2005 at 5:44:18 PM
The $500-700 range is about right for a Stingray such as yours assuming that the original paint may have a few chips and still looks great in its original 1964 state. Actually i've seen some immaculate OG Stingrays go for thousands; in fact, to give you an idea of such a range, you can check out pictures of some on this site by clicking on to...(back in a few!)
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:   1964 sting ray ( all orginal) posted by rod on 10/11/2005 at 7:58:31 PM
...www.luxurylowrider.com; this is the site to give an idea of pictures as well as prices of OG Stingrays such as yours. Good luck!
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AGE / VALUE:    posted by: 54654 on 10/4/2005 at 11:54:00 PM
i have 2 questions i have a 60 or 70s fast back it has the 5 speed shifter the handle has a 90 degree handle on it is this correct?also can remove my front forks and put a springer frontend on like the pea picker oh and does anyone have a good website for repro or origonal parts?
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:    posted by rod on 10/11/2005 at 8:20:48 PM
1st ?: I've never seen Fastbacks, Krates, or even base Stingrays w/ 90-degree handles on them, but it could be possible. 2nd ?: Yes! There are several websites you can check out for 20" Schwinn repro springer forks or even sissy-bar shocks: www.luxurylowrider.com, and if you're jonesing for the OG items, check out www.memorylane-classics.com, www.mapleislandsales.com, or even www.ebay.com. Good luck!
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MISC:   stingray junior posted by: Lance on 10/2/2005 at 7:28:57 PM
I'm hoping to get any info I can about my 1976 Flamboyant Red Stingray junior. I want to restore it to O.G. condition. All parts a schwinn except front fender. The seat and grips are straight white, are these stock colors?
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   RE:MISC:   stingray junior posted by rod on 10/11/2005 at 8:32:58 PM
Though it's a possibility, mostly all Stingrays came equipped w/ sparkle-grips & banana seat matching the bike color regardless of the Stingray model like my '78 Sky Blue base Stingray.
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