No Super Deluxe mentioned in June of 64. Any November stamped serial number is under question since that's the normal serial stamping period when these serial numbers were on the model year change over, and countless Nov SN'd Schwinns had cranks with the next years casting date. The OP's bike very well could be a 65 model but like you said, Schwinn never mentions a model year. Thanks for your info!
Yes. When I found it on there I got really excited because it’s a red super deluxe!! The price was a great deal I couldn’t pass up. I emailed right when I saw it. I said do you still have the bike available? He said he had just posted the add a minute before he got my email. The guy said you better come get it in the morning or it will be gone. So I drove 2 hours both ways to get it. Not a bad drive. It’s weird there’s an A carved into the chain guard. My name is Al. So it’s cool that there’s an A on it.. This bike feels kinda like it was meant to be. I had some good luck. He said he got 10 other emails when I was driving down there to get it. But I was the first to email and he honored that and didn’t sell it to anyone else. Just feel really lucky to get this bike. Already even did some wheelies on it..
Very nice bike, red on the super deluxes were always end of 64 production and sold as 65s to my knowledge.
The "split bumper" the "1970 1/2" Camaro is exactly the same as a 70 and 71 only difference is they ran out of full size bumpers so to fill orders quicker they made "split bumpers" or 2 small bumpers mounted on both sides. Funny part is most of that model Camaro you see now a days has the split bumpers even when not a 70 1/2. Lol