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Discussion in 'All Things Schwinn' started by Luckykat32, Feb 15, 2012.
The B10e is for sale in the "BUY-SELL-TRADE" thread...make an offer.
I would love to purchase if still available??
Seeing as it's nearly 6 years ago, I'd say it's not available. BUT @ZE52414 has a similar one @Rudy gee
Just sent a message thanks for looking out man!
I COULD BE WRONG, BUT1932 B10 SHOWN MOST LIKELY HAS 28 INCH WHEELS AND NARROWER (smaller diameter tires).
THE 1933 B10 HAD 26 INCH WHEELS AND 26 X 2.125 BALLOON TIRES.
You're right Wes I'm in the process of restoring a 1932 Schwinn Camelback which was the last year Schwinn used 28 inch wood clad rims with glue on solid rubber tires. 1933 was the year Schwinn change to 26 in balloon tires
Not true. Schwinn offered a 28" single tube bike through the '36 model year. V/r Shawn
Thanks for the correction, Shawn. Then this bike must be a 33 + or has the wrong size rims and tires to be a 32.
I suppose I need to clarify--1933 was the first year of balloon tire (26" x 2.125") for Schwinn but they continued to offer the 28"tire bikes through 1936. The "B" in the model designation stands for balloon. A fully equipped (E) motorbike is either a B10E (26") or Model 10E (28"). Unequipped boys motorbikes are B9 (26") or Model 9 (28") and so forth. V/r Shawn