Look Ma, No Hands!
- May 12, 2019
- lansdale, pa
She lets you have 6 foot tall speaker arrays but not a rusty Phantom?I'm glad that I don't have to be "green with envy" anymore. 33 years since I spotted one at Macungie-Park bike show
and was instantly G-W-E. Just kidding, and I know you are, but love hearing it after my
Not only do I believe in that, but no matter how much we may want something, we'll never "push" any situation. Most amazing part of this, is
that this Phantom was made four days earlier than my wife's blue & turquoise Panther Springer. Discovered this moments ago. They may have been in the warehouse together. Her Panther was gotten around 1977, when my Dad took it in trade, at his store. BTW, both bikes are in the same condition.
Phantom: Oct 27/28, 1954. Panther: Nov 1, 1954.
I build my own now and then (speakers) and until recently I had one lone Polk Audio Monitor 4 without a woofer that I subbed an MW 6510 into then got a 6502 for stock when I got it's mate and they are sitting on this desk. I have Marantz Imperial 5s sitting nearby and Stonehenge Is in need of more work as well, I am basically ribbing youI'd send you a picture regarding that subject, but this site would never allow. Nor would I post it if were. However, very funny indeed
Superb!!! Congrats!!! look at 'er shine. Nice detail job...WOW.....the ultimate (54) Green Phantom finally surfaced this past Wednesday. It virtually "landed on our doorstep" from one of the kindest people we know of, and at a very reasonable price. Seemed like wretched-junk to my wife, so I had to clean-'er-up in a hurry, so no photos of the way it looked. I realized the potential of this 100% original
(except for repro tank) machine. After about 16 hours, over a three-day period, it's beyond astounding. So proud of it, that I just have to share some images. My Dad was a 60's/70's Schwinn dealer, so this bike is something I'll
cherish forever! -Billygoat (on training wheels)