You just need to find a camel saddle and you will have a aw-some
Love those online catalogs. Looks like the Speedster came out in 1965 as a smaller (17 camelback) version of the Racer. In '71 the Racer came in the 17 inch camelback size and there was no Speedster. In 72 the Speedster came in all of the Racer sizes (19-23) and the previous Speedster-only 17 inch camelback frame.
Maybe he has MY serial number on his bike!From one of the websites I use for serial numbers: "The serial number was moved from the left rear dropout to the headtube between 1970 and 1971."
Here's a different quote where a Schwinn had numbers on both locations in May of 1970: "Schwinn made another serial number location change in 1970 but it was not at the beginning of the model year. I relocated this eBay listing with a 1970 Tandem that is wearing two serial numbers, one on the left rear dropout and the other in the new location on the headtube. Both numbers are EF, May 1970. What's funny is the dropout number is a larger number but it doesn't have the 0 preceeding the numbers.
Dropout number..... EF32709
Headtube number.. EF015984 "