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  1. Commish1969

    Sold Bunch of Stuff

    I’d be interested in the reflector just southwest of the #16
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    Sold ND 2 speed

    PM sent
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    Sold *FREE* ND Twin Streak Complete Set Up w/ Extra Parts

    It’s got a new home! Thanks everyone
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    Sold *FREE* ND Twin Streak Complete Set Up w/ Extra Parts

    These came to me in a bulk purchase and I just don’t have a use for them. I hope someone on the CABE can put them to good use. They were essentially free to me, so they’re now free to you! First to respond by PM…please just cover the shipping. I will ship USPS flat rate, so should be $20-$25...
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    Sold Prewar Schwinn 9 hole rack

    You're not kidding. Thanks again Bob! I should probably go buy some lottery tickets and see if my luck is still holding up
  6. Commish1969

    Another serial # dilemma

    Here’s a better look
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    Another serial # dilemma

    Thanks for taking the time to reply. Somewhat of a coincidence that you did...or maybe not. I was just looking at the “schwinn serial number reference” thread and reading your post from 6 years ago describing the 1946 characteristics. What an amazing compilation of information. Thanks for...
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    Another serial # dilemma

    So I have what seems to be a late B6 model based on the tank decals. Last year before it became the streamliner, or so I thought. Serial #J98333 comes up as May 1953. Hence my dilemma...1. That date would make it a streamliner but it’s not labeled as such. Tank was changed out? Maybe so...but...
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    B6 with Sturmey Archer hubs

    Very well said SirMike. I can get onboard that argument but I suppose I’m still more inclined to pursue as much originality as possible. However some purists might have trouble with any wiggle room within the term “original” I can appreciate a period upgrade as part of the bikes history. Thanks...
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    B6 with Sturmey Archer hubs

    It does add up and I’m inclined to follow your logic. I have a threaded driver and along with the front black hardware it’s appearing that this wheelset is most likely not original equipment. Kind of a bummer but still a pretty cool uncommon set up. Will admit the older I get the more agreeable...
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    B6 with Sturmey Archer hubs

    It would be way to easy if the hubs date matched the frame date. But of course they don’t. Front has no markings and the rear has no date, just stamped “patent.” I did find a UK article regarding unstamped SA hubs which makes sense in my case
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    B6 with Sturmey Archer hubs

    Recently acquired 1953 B6. Not uncommon I know, except maybe for the rear SA 3 speed with expander brake and front SA fore-brake. Both are laced to knurled S2’s. Is this an uncommon set up? A factory/dealer upgrade option? Thanks for any knowledge you have to share.
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