Mint Green Schwinn Traveler
I've got a 1986ish mint green Schwinn Traveler that I've had for, well, 20 years. It was my first "ten speed bike" when I was a kid, and it's been in garages and basements for about the past 14 years not moving. Barring some new wheels to lighten it up, and of course ample lubrication and checking of brake lines, shifters, etc., what else would occur on a "tune up" if I visited a LBS with this bike? I'm fairly certain I can grease my bottom bracket, fix my shifters, and swap wheels myself, but I'd rather take it to someone a bit more handy if there's more work to be done.
I may be able to get a 1986 Prelude in decent condition, but I'd rather just keep this and save the $150 that the buyer wants for the prelude.
Thanks for any advice; I'll be able to get my hands back on the bike this weekend and check it out!