Bike identification?

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sykerocker

Look Ma, No Hands!
I just got a text from a friend of mine in CA, sending me pictures of a co-workers bike and asking a bunch of questions. Other than identifying it as a Schwinn, and assuming it's older than the '58 Mark IV Jaguar I owned as a child, I'll freely admit I've got no idea of what he's got here (my expertise is '60's and up lightweights). Can anyone give me an identification of the bike? And yeah, I've already warned him that the fork is bent.

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lounging

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Most likely a B6 with lots of incorrect parts. Ask him for the serial numbers please, should be under the bottom bracket or on the rear drop out. I have one with the same head badge
 

sykerocker

Look Ma, No Hands!
Thank you very much. Giving me that opening, plus Google, showed me what the bike is supposed to look like, so now I’ve got a clue as to what I’m looking at. Was that springer front end an option on the basic bike, or was it two separate models under the B6 name?
 

Freqman1

Riding a '37 Dayton Super Streamline
Thank you very much. Giving me that opening, plus Google, showed me what the bike is supposed to look like, so now I’ve got a clue as to what I’m looking at. Was that springer front end an option on the basic bike, or was it two separate models under the B6 name?
Option
 
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