Sorry, I grew up with REAL Schwinn.
Amazon, this "ain't" REAL Schwinn. Not even close!
I had a head-on collision with a 64 "suicide door" Lincoln Continental, and the Ford came out the worst. (Seems that JFK had an issue with an earlier model, and HE came out the worst.) I don't know when my Schwinn was made, but it had the 94th Aero Squadron's "hat in the ring" emblem on the seat tube.
Bent the fork, (typical with that era of Schwinn) and trashed the front wheel, but all those parts were available, back then.
27 inch wheels, and banana seat, with sissy bars, and high-rise (ape hangers) handlebars. It came as, (well, I found the frame at the dump) a 10 speed, with the strangest front shifter I've ever seen. There was a lever down by your thigh, that shifted the front sprockets. No cables, no nothing.
Oh, it was the KING of wheelies. I could even do "burn-outs" on that bike. Actually break traction on the rear wheel.
Sadly, Schwinn is no more! Just some Chinese company that bought the name.