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Old 10-17-21, 09:13 AM
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Originally Posted by cb400bill View Post
Seller wouldn’t even attempt to spell Schwinn.


Of coarse, lol. By the way, before you bury those tubes in the tires...
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Yes it is, found it on Coronado island in the fall of 88. Still sports its original paint, top, and yellow ochre interior. Thanks for noticing.
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Yours is an exceptional example!
I live down the strand in Imperial Beach, my Father flew(Navy/P3) out of North Island for years. He met a fellow aviator living in Coronado Island who was original owner of a JDM 240Z. Like many of that generation, he had kept meticulous records to include copies of his loan application and business card of the Datsun dealership sales person in Japan. I now am the steward of said car and drive it regularly on weekends - occasionally through Coronado Island. Such a lovely place with a rich military history (first Navy pilot, Navy Seal training facility...).
Finely crafted vintage car or bicycle, their respective stories can be equally fascinating.
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