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Help on 1959 Schwinn Debutante.

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cyberpaull

Finally riding a big boys bike
I just made a great find. At least that’s how I feel. Next to finding a 1959 Schwinn PANTHER II. Next best is a 1959 Schwinn Debutante with dual metal lights. Anyway can this taillight is original to the bike?? Look at the picture please. Any help appreciated.
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schwinnbikebobb

I live for the CABE
The headlights are aftermarket also. I think they are Japanese. Like the color combination. That will look killer when cleaned up!
 

Rivnut

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Here’s a page from the ‘59 catalog that shows the new stuff for the 1959 models

It does have the correct rear rack, the double hinged front Mayweg rack, and the unique paint scheme on the fenders; found only on the Debutante and Panther II.
 
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GTs58

I'm the Wiz, and nobody beats me!
Are the front lights Delta Wrens possibly?
The original lights on these were not the Wren. In the link that Rivut posted are some images of the lights used on this. Not sure what the name was or if there even was a name. The front carrier has been upgraded with the Mayweg. The Debutante came with a chromed steel carrier and the only girl model that had the Mayweg carrier was the Fair Lady.
 
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