How to Restore Your Classic Bicycle Like a PRO
The #1 Selling
Classic Bicycle Restoration DVD or VHS Video
You CAN restore it yourself,
without making it look like YOU restored it
and by using our NEW Restoration Paint Sets,
You can be sure your restoration will turn out perfect!
specifically matched to Original Schwinn Paint
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This NEW 1 hour Video on DVD OR VHS has been designed to assist you in restoring your
Classic Bicycle. Weather you have a Schwinn Black Phantom, Schwinn Panther or maybe an old Whizzer or
Columbia 5 star, It covers all restoration aspects you will need in great detail which you can apply to ANY
classic bicycle you have! Many of the tips you find on the videotape will also help in restoring pedal
cars, and other classic metal toys. Each section of this unique videotape has been designed to provide
information on various stages of restoring your classic bicycle brought to you in great detail in a step by
With the information and photos contained on the videotape, you will be able to get started on that
restoration you have prehaps been putting off. The Video serves you as a step by step visual guide, and by
ordering this Comprehensive DVD video now, you will have all the information you need to get the most out
of your old balloon tire bicycle.
This is the most Complete step by step Classic Bicycle Restoration video of it's kind
Your balloon tire bike just sites there. Oh sure, It's a Classic, and for certain it's
worth SOMETHING! But right now it looks pretty bad and there's not much hope for it in it's "Original
Condition". People have probably told you it's not worth it to restore it. OR they have told you "I'd
rather have an Original Anyday". That still doesn't change the fact that your bike (or bikes) just sit
there. And if you listen to these folks, the bikes will probably sit there looking terrible for a long,
Restoring a classic old balloon tire bicycle doesn't take a lot of commitment on your part - and it should
not take a ton of money to do. But getting professional-looking results (without paying a professional
price) requires a little bit more than a spray can from the hardware store and a little elbow grease.
This NEW Video is devoted to the helping you through the process of restoring your classic bicycle
yourself and getting professional results. Resutls that you will be proud of. Results you'll want to show
off. Results that not only get noticed, but will increase the value of the bike more than anything else
|I just had to take time to thank you for the GREAT video. Much to my amazement the
bike you restored in the video is exactly the model I am working with [even the same colors]. The
information presented in the video is easy to understand and gives me confidence to tackle the restoration.
Quenton, Outer Banks North Carolina
|This video helped me more than anything when I decided to restore my schwinn
phantom. Dave really shows you what you need to know and how to do it step by step. I highly reccommend it
to anyone considering restoring a classic bicycle
Jim, Freemont Ca.
So weather you have a Schwinn Phantom, Schwinn Panther, WZ frame Whizzer, A Columbia,
Monark or Shelby, A Henderson, Goodrich or JC Higgins, a rare Colson, Hawthorn or Elgin, A Rollfast,
Roadmaster or whatever, this NEW 1 hour DVD or VHS video will help you in restoring that old balloon tire
bike. Get started by evaluating your bike and see how the video will help you.
||and if you are "IN THE HOBBY"
RESULTS THAT WILL MAKE THAT BIKE SELL QUICKLY!
|Especially important paint reaction tips for Restoring
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Evaluate Your Classic Bike
If you have an incomplete bike, you will want to find replacement parts before your begin
your restoration for the following reasons:
- It will take some time to find the parts you need.
- You will avoid having a half-done bike lying about the garage until you find the part you need.
- It will allow you to prepare all the parts for stripping and painting at one time.
Now,look for signs of rust, or signs of paint (whatever your case) . As seen on the Videotape, a careful
inspection saves you money in the long run.The non painted parts whould have been plated either chrome or
nickle (in some cases) and hopefully these parts should be in fair shape. If those parts will look correct
(in your opinion) in regards to that brand-new WOW look at me paint job, then you won't have to replace,
repair or replate those parts.
But if those parts look like they have been laying in the Titanic's Hull for the past 70 years, then you'll either have to replace them
with better parts or have them re-plated. If, upon your inspection, the plated parts are severely pitted,
or damaged to the point of inoperability, you'll want to add them to your List Of Parts to Get, and search
for better parts, or Reproduction parts. If this is your first restoration project, You may wish to keep a
small notepad to record your findings and needs. More information on PLATING and REPRODUCTION parts is
available in the DISSASEMBLY SECTION of the Videotape.
Disassembling Your Classic Bicycle
Before you begin dissassembly of a restoration project - TAKE SOME PICTURES!
IF YOUR BIKE HAS BEEN REPAINTED
YOU CAN SAVE IT NO MATTER HOW BAD IT IS
In the Videotape,I have selected the worst case I could find. The original paint was almost non-existent and
covered with a nice layer of Olive-green house paint, then left to rust on the side of a barn. With careful
sanding and thinner stripping, I was able to reveal the pinstripting details, In the Videotape you will
learn how to make templates for use when it comes time to paint. Full details of the procedure are
available on the Video.
PREP WORK SECTION
Prep work is down and dirty stuff!
But it has to be done, and done right in order to prep the frame, fenders, etc for new
paint. You gotta get rid of all the grease, dirt, and who knows what else if you are going to be doing a
complete restoration so, the tips found on the VIDEO are a valuable source of information. Repaints
will require bead blasting or sand blasting to remove the old finish, rust and provide a good adhesive
surface to begin painting.
Sometimes you dont need to REPAINT!
Some minor restorations will allow you to polish the old paint and re-stripe. If that is
the case, extra care is required so that you dont rub through the existing finish.
The Video shows you how to Repair dents and Rust Pitting quickly!
To Get PRO RESULTS, Sometimes you gotta USE A PRO
When it comes to Chrome and Plating.. you just can't do it yourself, so Group together your parts during disassembly - Since rechroming can take 2-3 wks send these
Learn How to Paint Like a PRO
Information only found on this VIDEO
||NEW Restoration Acrylic Enamel Paint - matched specifically to
Original Schwinn Colors!
Learn all the techniques from base coat to finish coats.
Learn how to apply your TWO-TONE Pattern and what materials to use
Learn how to paint your TANK
See first-hand how this professional paint job progresses. And after watching the
VIDEOTAPE, you will be armed with enough information to restore your Classic Bicycle!
Learn the Easy way to make Straight Pinstriping
I show you how ANYONE (and that means YOU TOO!) can make Nice Straight
Great News! If you order any of the DELUXE
paint sets, you not only get the 2-tone paints you need, but also the Restoration Videotape AND the Same
Pinstriping Tool as shown on the video.
|I am SOLD on Dave's Pinstriping techniques! I never thought I would be able to
pinstripe and so held off on many restorations but Now! Wow! and it's EASY! Dave makes it simple!
Learn How to Respoke your Rims
This Video takes the Mystery out of RESPOKING RIMS!
Reassembly is the most exciting part!
Assembly Tips to assist your classic bicycle restoration
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