1960 Schwinn Traveler mens lightweight, orig WW Schwinn tires, light w/ working generator

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Price
250.00
Location
Calif
Zipcode
90277

bobcycles

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Excellent hard to find Red Traveler as found in Ohio by me a few years back in a large back yard bike
hoard thanks to an antique shop lead. Just had the 3 speed serviced, new cable etc. but the Schwinn version
shifters are a bit temperamental and may need some adjustment as it slips out of gear
occassionally. Other than that solid bike with original WW tires. Head light works well
with generator, nice wide beam, taillight not working maybe a bulb. Nice chrome, paint
has some fading but not bad at all. A tall frame bike ideal for people 5' 8" and over.
I will include a spare STURMEY trigger shifter to replace the Schwinn one on board
should the new owner decide to upgrade. The Schwinn shifter was an experiment
by Schwinn, and short lived, cool looking as they were, not as reliable as the Sturmey.
250.00 plus the ride.
Local PU preffered but will ship if it comes down to that...

bobcycles@aol.com
or PM here
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Oilit

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Got any pictures of the shifter? And the rear hub? It sounds like you're talking about the "Made in Austria" hubs that Schwinn used for a couple of years while Sturmey-Archer was having trouble with the SW hub.
 
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