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Schwinn Fiesta 1962 Vintage Girls Bike - Easy to restore - no dents - $150 (Grace, Idaho)

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condition: good
make / manufacturer: Schwinn
model name / number: 1962 Fiesta

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This bike belongs to my 69 year old wife. I'm suprised she told me to sell it, but we both know it's time for it to go (we have too much stuff).

Please review the pictures - everything about its condition is visable there. The worst things wrong with it are the broken spoke and the rust on the headlight. The tires are the originals and appear in very good condition, suprisingly.

The last photo is a screenshot from the website:

https://bikehistory.org/catalogs/1962.html

and shows the original 1962 Schwinn catalog page the bike was listed in.

The serial number is viewable on the photo of the rear axle bolt on the left side. Go to this link to see the confirmation of the bike's authenticity and exact date of manufacture:

https://bikehistory.org/schwinn.php?serial=L226479

The link below is to a recently sold bike of the same model and vintage. If it's worth a hundred dollars, this one is reasonable at its asking price.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/224598333764?

Click on "See original listing" to view the photos

See my other ads in case there is more stuff that would make the trip here worthwhile.

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