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candy apple green Schwinn Suburban 1970′s

Posted by on July 27th, 2009 at 12:01 pm

Year: 1970′s
Brand: Schwinn
Model: Suburban
Color:candy apple green
Size:adult women’s
Serial: unkown, dammit!
Stolen in Portland, OR 97212
Stolen:2009-07-26
Stolen From: Side of my house near NE 19th and Stanton.
Neighborhood: Irvington/Alameda
Owner: craig harlow
OwnerEmail: craig.harlow@pacificorp.com
Reward: $50 if returned in same condition
Description: My wife’s metallic candy-apple green Schwinn Suburban, woman’s with double-downtube frame design, color-matching fenders with white pinstripes, a few rust spots, big chrome headset-mounted shifters, padded black Schwinn logo seat, curved chrome cruiser bars w/black schwinn logo grips and a snap-bell mounted on, no chain guard but a chrome sprocket guard up front, gray metal cargo rack with sprung cargo retainer, after-market collapsible wire basket hung from rack (bottom of basket is bent). We are a car-free/less family and our bikes are our primary mode of transport. The only proof of ownership I have is the receipt from Community Cycling Center from 1 year ago, if I can find it.
Police record with: PPD
Police reference#: 0966156
This registrant has documented proof of ownership of this bike

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  • Craig July 27, 2009 at 1:47 pm

    CORRECTION: the pinstriping is black, not white. -Craig

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  • Anonymous July 29, 2009 at 10:13 am

    ADDED INFO: In the carbo basket was my old-style Kryptonite u-lock, as well as a Kryptonite 1/4-inch cable.

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  • Craig July 29, 2009 at 4:08 pm

    That’s “cargo” basket, not “carbo”

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