'64 Schwinn Continental rehab.


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BillRays

'Lil Knee Scuffer
Jul 15, 2019
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Hi gang. Bill here from Ferndale, Michigan, and in the middle of a one owner, '64 Schwinn Continental rehab. I was originally going to do a full on restoration, but not yet being able to find paint-Radiant Coppertone-I've opted instead for a thorough cleaning and polishing, including repacking hubs, new cables, etc. I posted a lot of this on a couple other forums, but my question to you today is: What do you all think of clear coating? Once I get this thing cleaned and shining, do I clear coat it, or maybe just a good wax job? Thanks for your interest.

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rollfaster

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Dec 28, 2012
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Ol' st. Lou
#2
A nice wax on paint, and chrome polish for chrome. All is needs besides a good bath before you start.
 
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mrg

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Aug 9, 2010
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Another OG saved, good thing you didn't find that coppertone paint, great job reconditioning your childhood bike, I have pictures of me on a 62 Continental that my brother-in-law bought new ( at Russels Schwinn ) and my parents bought for me in 68 and I sold back to him in the 90's, its around the same condition ( blue ) and is still handing in his garage. Oh ya just WAX!
 
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