| hi! i have a , men's , green , schwinn speedster, for sale, it has original parts, sturmey archer 3spd hub,working front and rear hand brakes, motion generated front and rear headlight/taillight (needs new bulbs) , chainguard, rear fender ,(front fender missing) has original, green ,solid rubber handgrips, original seat (needs to be re-covered, springs ,etc. are fine) . needs new rear tire but tube is perfect. everything is in great shape, nothing bent or broken, paintjob needs some work, i am currently removing rust on chrome parts, only superficial damage from rust. |
basically, this bike was obviously well maintained, oh, its kind of interesting , this speedster has bicycle license decals (2), dated , 1976 and 1977! sort of a conversation starter!
i have personally ridden this bicycle up and down my block several times this past week and i will tell you, this has got to be the most comfortable , most enjoyable, bike, i have ever had the pleasure of riding! it has a really easy, smooth ride, its fast too ! (probably the reason it was named " SPEEDSTER"! [grin!] )
this one is rare! they don't make em' like they used to! (actually schwinn has maintained a great level of quality products over the years! gotta love em'!!)
if anyone is interested in this vintage speedster, feel free to email me or call me at (951) 530-1149. leave a message if no one answers, i'll get right back to you! i live in Riverside, California. i am asking $125.00, o.b.o.
i can email photos! i can also ship to you! email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at (951) 530-1149.
| I just picked up a '47 schwinn that still has the orginal front bridgestone tire, blackwall, in good shape. We I got the bike the tires were still full of air and the tire doesn't have any major cracks or tread is still good. Can send pictures if interested. The rear tire is probably 5 years newer, also BFG buts its a nobby tire.|
| Not bridgstone, BFG.|
| Not bridgstone, BFG.|
| I am looking for a Nameplate for about a 1920 Harley Davidson Bicycle. It has the truss-rod frame. |
A repop name plate is OK.
Does anyone know who makes these?
| i dont know ware you are located but in Sand Lake michigan there is a motor cycle shop that restores old harleys and ships parts the name i do not remember but you can look it up i am shure they will have it|
| Some years ago I got a Firestone Cruiser in pretty ragged out but very restorable condition. It was my intention to restore the bicycle to its original glory, but, as sometimes happens, other things came up. First was a 1931 Ford and then it was a 1951 Studebaker. The poor bicycle got moved further and further to the back of the garage and it's time to bite the bullet and put the cruiser in the hands of someone who will give it restoration attention.|
The cruiser is up for adoption to anyone who will pay costs of shipping it.
I know virtually nothing about bicycles and can describe it by the bright metal badge on the front that says Firestone Cruiser Made in U.S.A. It was originally maroon and off white, but some soul in the past brush painted it dark blue. I removed some of the blue paint to find the original paint with the original Firestone name and decorations still there. The only things that seems to be missing is the headlight.
As for shipping costs, I live in Northern Virginia in zip 20176.
Who wants it?
| I sent you an email. Thanks.|
| It's gone to a better life in Big Sky territory. Thanks to all who responded.|
| Hi all! My new old bike, 1910 Racycle Roadster needs her stem and handle bars, if anyone has these items please drop me an email =) she also needs her rims/wheels, so please email me with any info. Thanks! Tony =^)-|