Two 1965 Stingray Survivors from the Chicago suburbs

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60sstuff

Finally riding a big boys bike
A few more photos of my EA Radiant Coppertone.
I’ve always loved the reverse screen on the chain guard that Schwinn used only on the 63-64-65 Deluxe Stingrays.

Plus an NOS Coppertone wingtip guard still in it’s heavy cardboard envelope along with the mounting hardware.
I’m not sure about the lock washer for the small rear screw, as those are not on any Stingray I’ve ever owned.

Also, a vintage spray can of Copper Lacquer paint.

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coasterbrakejunkie1969

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
A few more photos of my EA Radiant Coppertone.
I’ve always loved the reverse screen on the chain guard that Schwinn used only on the 63-64-65 Deluxe Stingrays.

Plus an NOS Coppertone wingtip guard still in it’s heavy cardboard envelope along with the mounting hardware.
I’m not sure about the lock washer for the small rear screw, as those are not on any Stingray I’ve ever owned.

Also, a vintage spray can of Copper Lacquer paint.

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Wow so clean really beautiful bicycle. @60sstuff I'm going to put you on the spot. If you had to choose one bike to keep and the rest went to a museum what bike would stay with you ? I'm guessing a '64 Lime, or maybe your black '65. Either way always look forward to your post, for pics and information.
 

60sstuff

Finally riding a big boys bike
Wow so clean really beautiful bicycle. @60sstuff I'm going to put you on the spot. If you had to choose one bike to keep and the rest went to a museum what bike would stay with you ? I'm guessing a '64 Lime, or maybe your black '65. Either way always look forward to your post, for pics and information.
Mr. Coaster,
That is a “spot” I won’t be in because it’s taken decades to assemble my Schwinn Stingrays and I love them all.

Thank you for the kind words!

As of today, this is the pecking order. Tomorrow, it may change.
A must is the short frame and reverse screen!

Chris.

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