Schwinn convertible bike (M/F) for little kids. Condition it is in $10 and if you fix it up $50 to $100 but it will cost you that much to do it. I would consider it worthless. You seem to have been hanging around around here for a while and still seem to have no idea what you are looking at and your first question seems to be what is it worth. If you have to ask the question most times it is not worth owning. Collecting bikes for profit is a good way to go broke. Roger
Well first off its my buddies and 2nd off ya i dont know much, but im learning, and wen i see something i like i try to get it, cuz i like it. And as of this day i have a 51 panther and a 40 dx im building so im learning as i go, i havent ridden in many yrs.cuz im an amputee so as soon as i build 1 of my bikes ill be learning to ride again so be easy my friend, if the little bike aint worth poop just say so, dont need to belittle me too. Have a good day
well said ernest, it's a fun hobby, and were all learning that's half the fun. if I can help you or answer a question, feel free to pm me. I know just enough to be dangerous. as the old boys used to say buy only what you really like and you will prob be ok
I'm surprised that little guy has a built in kickstand.
The bike is a probably a 60's model with that style chain guard and the number someone carved in the BB isn't the serial number. I've learned that the only way to ID the year on one of these is by the casting date on the crank.
I would think of this as a restoration practice bike for a grandkid. The kid helps. I helped my Dad and Grandpa on projects like this on the farm. Not everything has to be a cell phone or worth something.
On the other hand, if your friend wants a very basic bike on which to learn/practice repair and maintenance, that one isn't a bad place to start learning the craft. Do a basic fix up and clean up and then donate it to a kid who needs a bike. You won't make money, but it's a place to learn repairs and a kid gets a bike out of it at the end.