I landed the exact bike I was lookng for, what can you tell me about it??

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Marko3070

'Lil Knee Scuffer
Hi all, I joined and posted back in April about wanting to find a frame for a klunker build while I was visiting family in the states from Australia. . Well, pretty quickly I found one on Facebook in Wasington state, after a few months of back and forth I had it shipped to NH and now I have it!! Woot!

What I know about it: it's a Lincoln badged Schwinn, it has been rat rodded already (new saddle, tyres and grips) the serial number indicates that it is either a 1952 or 1957. It has a skiptooth drivetrain.

The thing that I absolutely love the most is that somone engraved what seems to be a social security number or maybe an old phone number on the top tube - it gives this bike such a cool direct link to its history! Is there any way of tracking down the old owner through this number?

I plan on turning this into a klunker, but I actually love the way it looks so much that I may well just keep it like this for at least a while, who knows!

Thats about all I know, and woudl love to know anything else you can tell me.

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Drosentreter

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Hi all, I joined and posted back in April about wanting to find a frame for a klunker build while I was visiting family in the states from Australia. . Well, pretty quickly I found one on Facebook in Wasington state, after a few months of back and forth I had it shipped to NH and now I have it!! Woot!

What I know about it: it's a Lincoln badged Schwinn, it has been rat rodded already (new saddle, tyres and grips) the serial number indicates that it is either a 1952 or 1957. It has a skiptooth drivetrain.

The thing that I absolutely love the most is that somone engraved what seems to be a social security number or maybe an old phone number on the top tube - it gives this bike such a cool direct link to its history! Is there any way of tracking down the old owner through this number?

I plan on turning this into a klunker, but I actually love the way it looks so much that I may well just keep it like this for at least a while, who knows!

Thats about all I know, and woudl love to know anything else you can tell me.

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That’s sweet lookin! “Turn it into a clunker” how much more clunker can you get haha.
 

Drosentreter

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Cheers, I alredy have one in the garage at home, along with a 1/18 headset machined down to fit 1 inch head tube. I really love this fork and the struts though so I might pick up an old 1 inch bmx quill stem and run it that way for a while. I'm so excited about this bike, it's going to be rad
I think I’ve got a stem too.

And bars if you would be interested
 
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