Nice, like just about everything coming out of Japan at the time. It's interesting--Schwinn sold this as race/street bike so the fact that, in 1984, it came with 27" wheels was a little bit behind the times (1985 on were 700c), Across the industry, by 1984, 27s had been largely relegated to touring models. 27" rims drilled for Presta are also a little bit of an oddity-certainly seen them though. With the exception of the Mavic Module E, The Araya rims of this era were the best I ever raced/trained on--tough. I'm sure that you wish to keep it original, but I hereby give you permission(if not demand) to remove the Schwinn-only, anti-lawsuit devices that hold the axle to the fork. Back in the day, anyone who wanted to ride in a weekend triathlon or just look sporty would have tossed those right away.