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Posted 4 years ago

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wiley2068
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hey folks, Need some help on this , My understanding its a 1960's speedester, But the rocket seat has got me wondering, i can't seem to find any info on it, And i guess the second question is , is it worth restoring?? It is the 3 speed model, it's all there, short of the tires, any info would be helpful, thanks for your time.

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  1. Vontrike Vontrike, 4 years ago
    While its not a big dollar bicycle it is still a cool little Schwinn. It has a old baby seat that works as a carrier. If you like the bike, and I do, fix it up and enjoy it.
  2. wiley2068, 4 years ago
    Thank you Vontrike, i do like the bike, Is the baby seat fairly rare now days? Like i said before, i haven't any to find anything about it, I think the bike is a 1960, but who know???
  3. Vontrike Vontrike, 4 years ago
    The seats are not real rare, I had one on a bike before. I took it off and hung it up in the garage. You can goggle serial numbers for Schwinn's or post and I can give you the year. A local bicycle shop should be able to get you the correct size tire as Schwinn used odd size's.
  4. wiley2068, 4 years ago
    Vontrike, Sorry about the delay, I looked for serial on the bike, and came up empty, Can't find it on the bike anywhere.
  5. Vontrike Vontrike, 4 years ago
    Its either on the rear of the frame by the axle, or by the namebadge.

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