|Before and After: My Schwinn cruiser restoration|
|Before and After: Surface rust removal.|
I disassembled the frame and put the parts in a chemical bath for a few days to remove the rust from the surface. After removing most of the rust I went over the parts with a steel wool brush to get any remaining bits of rust off. I had the frame sandblasted and powder coated. The powder coating finish was ready within a few days and I had decals also placed on the frame.
|Frame after arriving back from powder coating.|
|I found these vintage decals to match the frame perfectly.|
|Repacking the bottom bracket.|
|Crankset after assembly.|
|Era specific head badge|
|Finally, all finished|
If you live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area or can cover your own shipping/transportation costs, please feel free to ask me about the bicycle you would like restored. You can email me pictures of the bicycle from all angles and what you would like done on the bike. I will get back with you with either a quote or realistic response if your bicycle is not able to be salvaged. To learn more about my restorations please feel free to visit my "Transform your Klunker" page on my blog.
For a free quote, send me an email with pictures of your bike to the following email address.