Yep, it looks like a 70's-80's model Schwinn Le Tour large steel-frame road (tour - my size!) bike, 10-speed. It's got serious issues, although the frame, fork and handlebars are intact.
No brake pads on front. Chain, crank, pedals, rims, spokes, derailleurs and the rear gear sprockets are super-rusted. It looks like a possible whole drivetrain replacement and for that matter, probably needs new brakes - well, let's just say maybe everything except frame, fork and handlebars.
My questions to you are: is it worth fixing up? Is there a complete component replacement package available for old bikes? How much is something like that (surely, there's a wide scope)? Since there are semi-horizontal drop-outs on the frame, would this be a good candidate for internally geared hub?
Dying for a good road bike