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Discussion in 'All Things Schwinn' started by Obi-Wan Schwinnobi, Dec 10, 2014.
You know I'm a fan of this one!
This is my 1936 Schwinn built BF Goodrich Roadster I purchase last September from Terry Jackson. Glenn Brown of San Clemente did the restoration Bob Cycles did the seat cover. Thanks to Gary skidking from the cabe for the photographs of the seatpost decal, and Richard with oldstuff in Utah for creating the stencils.
I'd have sold the dog.... That was gorgeous!
(Selling the dog would not have raised sufficient cash, and would have put ME in the doghouse)
I washed my Colson and it shrunk!
I know, it's not a Schwinn. Bought this a few years ago and turned it into what you see - it's a Colson 20" double bar roadster
Double Bars are my favorite and that blue one is DYNAMITE!!!!!
Here's the progress I've made to the 37" so far..Got the chrome wheels, new saddle now looking for the right chrome chaingaurd and chrome fenders would be outstanding! Anyone now of a chrome chaingaurd or chrome fender set
please let me know..
Forgot to post up this crusty '37 I've been rolling around town lately
Need to check the badge again.
That or the thread ur in...
Hey I'm in the market for a tall 20" frame...would you be interested in selling frame and fork? or know of one for sale? Thanks
One that popped up locally, but seller never responded. Looks like a tall frame too.
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Looks like someone needs a bigger bike.
Large frame 38 with locking fork, long seatpost and stem.
Bump. Who's got a roadster we haven't seen yet? Or one we have because let's face it, it's a pretty cool looking model.