1955 Schwinn Blue Phantom before and after!


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Rides4Fun

Finally riding a big boys bike
Feb 19, 2017
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Front Royal, Virginia
#21
Wow George, your vision and effort are unbelievable with regard to transforming this bike! Very inspirational and I understand why it's a "keeper". I am still admiring the resto on the bicycle I bought from you as well!
 

Tanked55

Look Ma, No Hands!
Oct 22, 2017
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Ny NY, United States
#23
Looks amazing. Could you tell me the ratio of acid to water you used and how long you dipped for? Gonna give it a try.
 

gkeep

Finally riding a big boys bike
Jun 11, 2014
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Alameda, CA
#25
WOW! This is gong to become one of my Go-To threads when I need to show a non believer what can be done to a bike that looks like scrap metal to the undiscriminating eye!! Wonderful rescue, we should all have the luck to make a find like this and save it from the scrap pile.
Gary
 

THEGOLDENGREEK

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
May 9, 2012
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Earth
#32
Looks amazing. Could you tell me the ratio of acid to water you used and how long you dipped for? Gonna give it a try.
Looks amazing. Could you tell me the ratio of acid to water you used and how long you dipped for? Gonna give it a try.
The ratio i went with was with half of the small tub, i judged it by eye and as you can tell the bicycle looks and was all rusted badly, it honestly doesn’t hurt the amount you put in there i think!!
 
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