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Vintage-Whizzer

Finally riding a big boys bike
Apr 2, 2017
215
Portland, United States
Hi,
I'm new to the site and the Schwinn world. I picked up a Schwinn Whizzer last week and excited to get started on the restoration. The seller said it was a 1942, but I figured I would run the numbers by you guys. Number under the frame A99194. Engine # H 127338.

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Nice motorbike! If the SN# is under the crank, it could be older then 1952, but not older then 1948. Schwinn did weird things with the Whizzer serial numbers. I am not an expert, and Freqman1 is probably right.
 
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Lostsheep

On Training Wheels
Jun 20, 2017
6
54
Fredericton, Canada
The SN number is under the crank and it has a H-Motor with H motor-controls.
 

5782341b77vl

Look Ma, No Hands!
Jul 8, 2017
75
42
Chesapeake, Virginia
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My 1964 Schwinn Typhoon that I saved from a scrapyard
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The ORIGINAL hand grip from the right side. The left grip was the only thing missing on this bike when I saved it. The grips that are on right now are a set from Wal-Mart (until I can find a match for this one).
 

Chocolat96

Finally riding a big boys bike
Dec 28, 2013
130
Santa Ana California
Since I was kid I’ve been around many types of bicycles and Schwinn’s have been my favorite type of bike I love to own and restore here some of them .
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RUDY CONTRATTI

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Mar 17, 2014
524
San Anselmo, United States
TO ALL YOU SCHWINN LOVERS!!!
JUST TO BE ON THE UP AND UP,THEIR WAS A GREAT ARTICLE called AMERICA ON TWO WHEELS,and was givin to me by one of our local OLE TIMERS,at our Local Honkey Tonk...Its called AMERICA ON TWO WHEELS.Perhaps ya all know this insight and info,,but for those that do not ,,you can find it from the mag,called THE ELKS MAGAZINE ,did not look if their was a web site,,But in this day and age ..Im sure their is!!THAT WAS THEN ,,THIS IS NOW.
For those that have all this up to date stuff,,well WE"RE ALL GOING TO HEAVEN ,ON A HARD DISC DRIVE!
ENJOY !!!!

 

Bill in Bama

Finally riding a big boys bike
Jul 19, 2019
213
56
NW Alabama
Hello schwinnaphiles! Lets not forget the 1974 schwinn continental in chestnut brown! Freash bar wrap and the cream tread is just for fun! Gum walls would be more correct. For when you need to do more than ride around town! For when you need to ride to the next town! The black 79 continental is a custom gravler! Continental frames have big potential I always thought!

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barnyguey

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Apr 7, 2012
5,859
Rathdrum, Idaho
Wow!
Thanks, Scott!

Though, I love bicycles in all forms new and old from around the World, my first love, was a Schwinn.
So, when I got into this crazy hobby, of course it had to be a Schwinn, and I never looked back.
Now I've had to rent a storage unit, which totally goes against my grain, and I live in fear that the Auction Hunters will be picking through my stuff.
I can't seem to stop. Everytime I turn on the computer, I see a bike or a part that I just can't live without.
I guess recovery starts with acceptance.
Hello, everyone.
My name is Marty, and I am a certified Schwinnaholic.
Ha ha Ha
My name is Barry, and I am a certified Schwinnaholic
 
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barnyguey

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Apr 7, 2012
5,859
Rathdrum, Idaho
I'm obsessed with all the cool head badges found on Schwinn bicycles!

I love them! I even wrote a book about them. I dream about them. It's ridiculous! Barry


Here's a couple of Schwinn's I bought to put in the book because of the head badges on them.

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Bill in Bama

Finally riding a big boys bike
Jul 19, 2019
213
56
NW Alabama
You might try heating it up a little, and be careful not to tweek the goose neck!
 

Freqman1

Riding a '37 Dayton Super Streamline
Jul 14, 2009
17,916
Evans, GA
You might try heating it up a little, and be careful not to tweek the goose neck!
Huh??? Bill you need to use the "Reply" button of the post you are responding to or we have no idea what you are talking about. V/r Shawn
 

Wanted33

Look Ma, No Hands!
Oct 6, 2019
74
66
Concord, NC
It's not as old as some here, but I was happy happy happy to bring her home. April 1980 build Schwinn Collegiant. She's gonna be my regular rider.

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