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Old 07-05-15, 10:25 AM
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My daughters Schwinn Breeze

Used her own money to buy it. Now she want to take it apart for an overhaul.






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Sweet! Like father, like daughter. Who will change their stable faster?

If that's from the Schwinn hoard you're handling, hope you didn't charge her too much for the Breeze!
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Used her own money to buy it. Now she want to take it apart for an overhaul.






Solar,
I think it's great that you have a daughter that wants to have her dad teach her how to wrench on the bike...I have found and have a lot of great memories of my "girl wrenching with me on my old corvette and the excitement and gleam of joy finding the right size wrench/tool to do the job...grease and all.
Cherish these moments as time will pass sooner than you can ever imagine....my girl is off to college this year, and I will miss her.
You are a lucky Dad.
We are working on this flea market Moto now.
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Cherish these days!
My "little bike mechanic" is off to college in a month.
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I bet she's the only girl on the block with fenders on her bike! Sounds like the two of you are about to have a lot of fun. A little girl about her age got me back on a bicycle again for the first time in about 30 years.

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great taste! thats a super cool bike.
dad must be proud
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She likes the classics like I do, her first bike was a tricycle from the 30's. My 13 year old wouldn't be caught dead on an old bike.
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