Re: [CR]Paramounts, chrome and otherwise


Example: Framebuilding:Norris Lockley

Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2007 11:03:26 -0700 (PDT)
From: Jerome & Elizabeth Moos <jerrymoos@sbcglobal.net>
Subject: Re: [CR]Paramounts, chrome and otherwise
To: EdVintage63@aol.com, FujiFish1@aol.com
In-Reply-To: <c96.119c5719.33a1204c@aol.com>
cc: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org

I checked my 1973 (or maybe it's 1972) and my 1975 chrome Paramount P-13's. Neither has any fender eyelets. So that is one definite difference between the P-15 and P-13, at least in that era.

BTW, neither of these bikes (nor I think a third waiting to be sorted out) has the special Schwinn version of the Reynolds 531 decal, as shown on the CR site:

http://www.classicrendezvous.com/British_isles/Reynolds_gallery.htm

Anyone know what year Schwinn actually used the special 531 decal?

Regards,

Jerry Moos Big Spring, TX

EdVintage63@aol.com wrote: Forgot to mention fender eyelets. They are one of the features that differentiate the 70s touring from racing models, i.e. touring frames have 'em and the P-13's don't. I believe earlier road racing models, i.e. late 60s, did have the Campy eyelets. Some of the "transitional" P-13's have them as well. As for the geometry, in the late 60's, you could order a made-to-measure frame at extra cost. I was speaking of the regular-priced, non-special order frames, in which case I believe that if you ordered a touring or racing frame, you were getting the same thing frame-wise: geometry, braze-on cable guides, fork rake. Dale's frame is surely a custom order.

Ed Granger Lancaster, PA, USA

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