Lemon peeler Krate, Fastback and stingray delux value ?


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Adam1231

Finally riding a big boys bike
Sep 11, 2017
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Hi everyone...I know "what's the value" questions are kind of annoying and subjective, but I'm a newb so please bare with me. Any feedback would be much appreciated!!

I have an opportunity to purchase 2 Fastbacks,(blue and peach?) a lemon peeler krate, and a green Schwinn stingray delux with original white wall tires.

I don't have a picture of the green deluxe 3 speed, but it's a one owner bike, all original with og whitewall tires. He's asking $800 for that one.

The lemon peeler krate is all original with fat rear slick, very nice shape. Asking $900

The 2 fast backs are original blue and red? peach?. Asking $500ea

He wants to do some trading for a Honda Ct70 I have. Not too up on muscle bike values. No rust on any of the bikes. All of them have been sitting in a basement for years.

Are any of the listed bikes harder to find? Or all pretty common?

Not the best pics, but gives you an idea. The 3 speed deluxe is not pictured.

Any info would be awesome!
 
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kwoodyh

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Jun 2, 2017
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Pretty good demand for all the bicycles you listed and I've also seen that little Honda bring some interest at car shows/swap meets for use as a pit bike!


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1966fastbacks

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May 17, 2015
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Orange fastback looks pretty OG but $500 would be tops. The blue fastback has issues. would depend on the year.
 

Adam1231

Finally riding a big boys bike
Sep 11, 2017
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Duluth, MN, United States
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Orange fastback looks pretty OG but $500 would be tops. The blue fastback has issues. would depend on the year.
Thanks for the replies.

So would the orange Fastback be more desirable than the blue?

Is $900 for the peeeler a decent price? Could it possibly bring $1,200+ ? Or not so much?
 

Adam1231

Finally riding a big boys bike
Sep 11, 2017
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Duluth, MN, United States
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Ended up working out a trade deal on the 2 Fastbacks!

1973 sunset orange and a 1966 sky blue

The 73' appears to be all original. The 66' is going to need a few things to be right on...Anyone out there got the right seat my 66' :tonguewink:
 

Jaxon

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Nov 28, 2011
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Cool trade. I believe the 66 would have a raised tuffed silver seat. Hard to find and even harder to pay for...lol You could use a Persons silver or blue mylar striped seat. Nice Score on both bikes!
 

67Ramshorn

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Jan 17, 2013
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The blue fastback has the wrong brake levers, front fender, derailleur, seat and pedals plus some that I missed. I would not pay more than $300, too many parts to replace to make it correct.
 
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Adam1231

Finally riding a big boys bike
Sep 11, 2017
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Duluth, MN, United States
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The blue fastback has the wrong brake levers, front fender, derailleur, seat and pedals plus some that I missed. I would not pay more than $300, too many parts to replace to make it correct.
Sounds about right. I have a lot less than that in it. It came with a few of the missing original parts and I had the no arrow bow pedals and fender. Looking for an acceptable replacement seat for it . :sunglasses:
 

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