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Mrniceguy530

On Training Wheels
I’m looking for parts for this bike people tell me it’s a 1938 to 1940 Schwinn straight bar 24 inch all I have is the crank and rims I need everything else

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GTs58

I'm the Wiz, and nobody beats me!
That's a post war frame. 1945 to mid 50's. Start with serial number and go from there.
 

49autocycledeluxe

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
The guy that I bought the frame off he told me it was 24”
here's a 24" frame.

on a 26" frame the "head tube" is 5 3/8". on a 24" it is close to 4".

the best thing about Schwinn is the parts are interchangeable through the years. your bike is 50's but could use parts well past the 70's and beyond that.

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Rivnut

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Don't try to date it using that online tool where you type in your number. Go to the Schwiin forum and look in the pinned threads for Schwinn serial number reference. No need to take it anywhere, just measure the head tube as @49autocycledeluxe described. It's really hard to find a bike shop that is into older vintage stuff. They're outfitting Lance Lycra for his next assault on the Tour de France.🤣 What's the distance between the mounting holes for the chainguard?
 
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mrg

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
It's settled, it's post war, forward facing dropouts & built in kickstand and looks 26, I don't think Schwinn made a postwar 24 in. straight bar?, just put a 26 in. rim & tire in there, wouldn't fit on a 24!
 
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