This was bought blind as a barn find and was supposed to be a Schwinn Hornet DX.When it arrived to me in the UK England I realised it was not. I sent photos of frame ect to a guy in the USA who sells NOS/used old parts who confirmed it was not a Shwinn but in fact a Cleveland Welding Roadmaster and judging by the tank a 1941. I have fully restored it. The frame, forks, rear rack and chain gaurd were bead blasted and primer etched. Original handlebars, goose neck, truss rods, truss rod bracket, cranks, seat post, rear brake bracket, rack support bars etc., have all been chromed. Fully restored Enwell horn-light. New chrome fenders, new saddle, new white walls with 26 x 2.125 ballon tires, all new NOS head set and crank set and new pedals. Just awaiting new chain from the USA. Kind regards Phil Simpson from the UK.
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