Sold MEMORY LANE DELIVERY: 190 pounds of mostly Schwinn for $135 or trade for 1948 Roadmaster parts

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Price
$135, delivered to Memory Lane, Friday only
Location
Cleveland, Ohio
Zipcode
44120

cbustapeck

Finally riding a big boys bike
Yes, 190 pounds for $135, delivered to Memory Lane, on Friday only. Be sure to scroll through the pictures below. There's some really good stuff there!

I will consider trades for
  • Parts for this 1948 model year Roadmaster Luxury Liner(many are standard Roadmaster / CWC parts)
    • Rear wheel (Bendix hub)
    • Chain adjustment bolts
    • Chain guard (red, no text)
    • Rear fender and reflector (black painted, without raised ridges at bottom)
    • Persons Supreme pedals
    • Grips
    • Rear light
    • Tires - modern, 26x2.125 blackwalls
  • Interesting / odd project bicycles - especially those rarely seen in the states, but I'm open to many things.
$135 Delivered to Memory Lane (Friday only)

Other offerings I can deliver to Memory Lane on Friday (but will not bring unless purchased) include:

Items would need to be prepaid. Most of the stuff is boxed up, so I cannot answer particulars. Note that the speedometer head has been removed from the lot, due to an accident.

I thought it would be fun to build a Schwinn Stingray clone on an adult-sized frame. I need to move on all the parts I have sitting around, so here’s your chance for a great deal on my various parts and my decision to keep my options open. Three speed? Five speed? All the choices!

Many of these parts are correct or close to correct for Stingrays, Krates, Fastbacks, etc. The ball end Weinmann brake levers (two pair) are some of my favorites. There are a lot of the little fussy parts, like chain guard screws and bolts and cable clips.

There are brake levers, truss rods, Weinmann brakes, Schwinn forks, and more. Also: A pair of 26" S7 wheels!

One of the neat things (see below) are hundreds of NOS Sturmey Archer spokes and nipples. Also a 1939 Schwinn frame. Also a nice Persons long spring saddle frame.

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cbustapeck

Finally riding a big boys bike
Hasn’t sold yet? I guess I need to throw more parts into the box. Okay. Same price, plus all this:

Three truss-rod type things, a nice rack, and a blue Schwinn Breeze chainguard.
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Brackets that might or might not be for said truss rods.
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Another pair of Schwinn pedals.
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Schwinn LeTour crank arms
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Pair of Schwinn forks, for 26" bicycles.
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