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1975 Schwinn Paramount P-14

Acquired bare frame and fork. No components. Acquired parts, and built up a single speed, touring, fast beach cruiser. Retro Mod, Hot Rod, vintage bike.

Frame:
Schwinn Paramount P-14 531 Reynolds, Nervex lugged frame, Campagnolo drop outs.

Fork/Headset:
Track drilled front brake, Campagnolo Pista.

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Campagnolo Pista 180mm/ Campagnolo 109mm Pista BB.

Pedals:
Campagnolo Pista

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
White Ind. Freewheel/17/Campagnolo Pista 49/Mische 1/8th.

Derailleurs/Shifters:
none/none

Handlebars/Stem:
Major Taylor/3ttt Adjustable track stem

Saddle/Seatpost:
Brooks Professional/Campagnolo Record

Brakes:
Campagnolo GS/ Scott Mathauser finned blocks and pads, Sun Tour Bar Con shifter for brake lever.

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Super Champion Mixtie/Campagnolo HF. Track hubs/ Pasela

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Super Champion Mixtie/Campagnolo HF. Track hubs/Pasela

Accessories:
vintage seat post tool holder, flask holder, vintage glass rear deflector, vintage bottle replica, vintage bottle holder, Busch Mueller light, 70's presta caps.

More Info:
Bikes first owner set this up as a road bike. The bike was sold at bike shop then stripped of all components. A friend purchased the frame a hung in garage for several years. I acquired and built it up to fit my needs. My first single speed/track bike build. I sourced parts from all over the globe so to speak. I had the Mathouser pads and blocks and cloth tape, twine, ect... The bike is 26" from the factory and fits me. Hard to find and the 180mm cranks, 3ttt adjustable stem, were the right choice for this bike. The tool holder is from the 40's? Have not seen to many of these lately. Fun bike to build and She does ride very nice.

Added by brucemanchan. Last updated over 4 years ago.

2 Comments

brucemanchan

brucemanchan says:

Thanks for the kind words. The bar end shifter works exactly as it does on a derailleur, but it is fitted to the brake. I had to use a brake cable I had so the cable could be crimped down in the small slot of the brake cable guide. Adjust bar end shifter so it has very little tension and the brake springs retract shifter like a brake lever.

Posted over 4 years ago

sublorange

sublorange says:

what a build! the chromed out accessories bring the whole thing together. how'd you set up the shifter as a brake lever???

Posted over 4 years ago