1941 Schwinn BA-107 Straightbar Autocycle – Packard

This fairly rare Packard badged Schwinn BA-107 Autocycle with tall frame belongs to Larry and Linda Weyand and was recently restored by Dave Stromberger at Dave’s Vintage Bicycles. The seat was restored by Bob Usasi in leather with the original “Mesinger B-1 Deluxe” stamp. It features a horn-tank, built in fender headlight, 6-hole carrier with original glass reflector, deluxe fender reflector, New Departure 2-speed hub and Schwinn “Fore-Wheel” brake on the front wheel. It was restored in the factory Cobalt Blue with cream/white accents and red pinstripes.


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1941 Schwinn BA-107 Straightbar Autocycle – Packard — 2 Comments

  1. I have a Arnold Schwinn Packard bicycle serial # 92538. It came with a springer fork and a front hand brake. Does anyone have any information on parts for this type of bike? Thanks.

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