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My newly restored 1951 Schwinn Phantom took me almost two months to restore it completely as the parts are not easy to come by and all have to be imported....the authenticity of the bike can be verified thru the official vintage Schwinn Cruisers website by entering the serial number of the bike (H205719).....http://schwinncruisers.com/.....this was a birthday present from my lovely wife and she bided for it on ebay and shipped from Texas USA in a rusty barn find condition of which I had previously posted. Please do support this one of a kind (maybe the only one in SG) heavy balloon tire muscle bike...Thank you...Photo 20-6-13 12 18 37 AM.jpgPhoto 20-6-13 12 20 23 AM.jpgPhoto 20-6-13 12 22 30 AM.jpg



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