Schwinn Serial Number Reference

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  1. #141 Posted Dec 7, 2017

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    Take a 0D8413F5-FD84-4F39-A6AA-186135BDF6D5.jpeg

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    Here you can see the B

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  4. #144 Posted Dec 7, 2017

    I live for the CABE

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    Oh, then the last 2 are a 5 and a 0: B85250

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    That serial number is repeated in 52 and 1957 but, by then it would be on the drop out so;

    1952; 04/04 to 04/30 ------- B78698 ------------------ E99356

    It might be a 1947
    which, there's no day list just year. Yet I think that badge would be right for this time.

    Incidentally, your other photo was so bright it looked white under the paint but, gray primer is possible in this period too. With all that grease and grim inside of the numbers it is possible it's not repainted. You should began you own thread in the post war or heavyweight Schwinn section for further answers.
     
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    Great thank you very much you been very helpful