Sold Schwinn Typhoon Cord Tires 26 x 2.125 Pair

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Price
90
Location
Virginia
Zipcode
20176

furyus

Finally riding a big boys bike
Really nice pair of Schwinn Typhoon Cord balloon tires, 26 x 2.125 black wall. Matching date codes 10-4, October 64? October 54? Regardless, they look like they have been mounted and ridden gently at some point over the last 60 years, but they’re in good, supple condition. Very minor cracking here and there, and you have to look hard to find evidence of it. Very nice rideable survivors or excellent display tires, especially with the matching codes.

$90 shipped FLAT to the Lower 48. PayPal Goods and Services, I pay the fees. Couple of business days reserved for handling. Thanks for looking.

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Nashman

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Just a note... shipping these tires flat isn’t cheap. Shipping to the Lower 48 is included in the price.
I hear you Brother. I live in Canada. For me to ship tires flat in a box ( to U.S. or Canada) is easy $75.00 +++. Perhaps Shipbikes may be an option, but more hassle, paperwork etc. I have gladly paid up to ( and more) $100.00 for rare NOS rubber packed well. It's all part of what can be an expensive hobby if you are inclined to buy the best stuff. It's all what you want it to be. I like a deal, but will step up $$ if I can. The hobby can be very affordable too depending on where you buy and from who. Patience factors in there too.
 

furyus

Finally riding a big boys bike
I hear you Brother. I live in Canada. For me to ship tires flat in a box ( to U.S. or Canada) is easy $75.00 +++. Perhaps Shipbikes may be an option, but more hassle, paperwork etc. I have gladly paid up to ( and more) $100.00 for rare NOS rubber packed well. It's all part of what can be an expensive hobby if you are inclined to buy the best stuff. It's all what you want it to be. I like a deal, but will step up $$ if I can. The hobby can be very affordable too depending on where you buy and from who. Patience factors in there too.

I have Canadian blood in my veins. God bless Canada during these difficult times.
 
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