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Old 12-07-21, 01:51 PM
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SirMike1983 
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In the midst of re-building this very clean 1964 Schwinn Traveler 3-speed. I've taken it down to the frame, cleaned, lubed, and am now re-assembling.



The stainless steel fenders on this one are in very nice shape. They usually turn up all scratched and dented.



A before and after type shot of the Weinmann 810 "Schwinn Approved" brake calipers:



The transfers are all in pretty good shape on this bike. The seat tube transfer usually turns up damaged or badly discolored on these, but this one is pretty good after some light cleaning.



The wheelset has a 1964 Sturmey AW rear and Schwinn hourglass front hubs. Rims are Schwinn S5 (Westrick shape). Spokes are Union double-butted steel. The bearings and bearing surfaces all are in good shape.
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