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1963 Schwinn Typhoon 24

#1 2015-05-18 9:29am

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1963 Schwinn Typhoon 24

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1963 Schwinn Typhoon 24

Nice lil Street cruiser based off the 20" mag scrambler

Built form a 1963 24" Schwinn typhoon, Parts consists of Johnny true torch bars, profile stem, tuff wheels, kenda tan walls,sun tour 46t chain ring, tioga, dia-compe MX brakes,brooks saddle, vans/cult grips! Fun build and great for cruising around town!


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#2 2015-05-18 9:38am

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Re: 1963 Schwinn Typhoon 24

That's Awsome cool

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#3 2015-05-18 12:31pm

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Re: 1963 Schwinn Typhoon 24

RAD! cool


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#4 2015-05-18 1:08pm

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Re: 1963 Schwinn Typhoon 24

Dig it!


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#5 2015-05-18 1:18pm

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Re: 1963 Schwinn Typhoon 24

I like it.  Cool looking bike for cruising around. cool


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#6 2015-05-18 8:46pm

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Re: 1963 Schwinn Typhoon 24

Instant fave!! What forks are those? 24" BMX glory right there! If that's not rare I don't know what is.


I can't believe the way people mistreat bikes. It also amazes me how many people don't have any bikes and never ride them - poor miserable souls.

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#7 2015-05-19 9:15am

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Re: 1963 Schwinn Typhoon 24

rad! big_smile

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#8 2015-05-24 3:35pm

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Re: 1963 Schwinn Typhoon 24

Forks are Mongoose Expert 24"

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#9 2020-03-04 6:19am

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Re: 1963 Schwinn Typhoon 24

What size cranks are you running? I have Sugino 171's on my '59 Tornado and they seem too long.


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#10 2021-01-08 4:32pm

James Vigil
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Re: 1963 Schwinn Typhoon 24

How is that rear brake mounted?


The pile of shit has a thousand eyes.

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