Sold Schwinn Phantom

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Price
$1800 or best offer
Location
Westwood Mass
Zipcode
02090

chughes1

Finally riding a big boys bike
Cabers
I'm selling my Schwinn Phantom. I acquired it some 30 plus years ago. It's been in storage for many years.
Here's what I know:
The serial number is S2457. If I'm reading the charts correctly, it's a 1955.
It has front and rear drum brakes (rear with freewheel)
Schwinn (might have been re-chromed) brake levers
Horn and front light (I believe the rear light is a reproduction)
Schwin Typhoon tires in good condition
A beautiful Jim Bailey recovered seat.
Schwin grips
Schwinn bars and stem correct
1950's pinup babe steering knob (no I won't separate, it goes with the bike)
Some rust on a rim and a repair to the chainguard

Overall
The bike rides very well and really looks great.
Please look at the pictures I really haven't seen this bike in the sun for more than 30 years. I haven't collected balloon tire bikes for almost that long. So if you have a very specific question, I might not be able to answer it so again, look at the pictures. I have more pictures available.
Upon further closer inspection., it looks like I must have repainted the original tank many, many years ago.
It is not a Concours Restoration but it is a damn nice looking bike.
Shipping in two boxes. I'd like $1800 plus shipping or best offer Chuck Hughes Westwood Ma

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ron lawson

'Lil Knee Scuffer
Cabers
I'm selling my Schwinn Phantom. I acquired it some 30 plus years ago. It's been in storage for many years.
Here's what I know:
The serial number is S2457. If I'm reading the charts correctly, it's a 1955.
It has front and rear drum brakes (rear with freewheel)
Schwinn (might have been re-chromed) brake levers
Horn and front light (I believe the rear light is a reproduction)
Schwin Typhoon tires in good condition
A beautiful Jim Bailey recovered seat.
Schwin grips
Schwinn bars and stem correct
1950's pinup babe steering knob (no I won't separate, it goes with the bike)
Some rust on a rim and a repair to the chainguard

Overall
The bike rides very well and really looks great.
Please look at the pictures I really haven't seen this bike in the sun for more than 30 years. I haven't collected balloon tire bikes for almost that long. So if you have a very specific question, I might not be able to answer it so again, look at the pictures. I have more pictures available.
Upon further closer inspection., it looks like I must have repainted the original tank many, many years ago.
It is not a Concours Restoration but it is a damn nice looking bike.
Shipping in two boxes. I'd like $1800 plus shipping or best offer Chuck Hughes Westwood Ma

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Is it ridable?
 

ron lawson

'Lil Knee Scuffer
Perfectly!!
I would love to have it, I've never had a phantom and have always wanted one. I realize you are asking $1800 for it and I don't blame you, IF it were mine I would want top dollar for it, especially since you've owned it a long time. I am going to make you an offer, I AM NOT just trying to low ball you, so please do not be offended by my offer. I am a retired guy who loves old bikes, NOT somebody who tries to make a buck by reselling.

My offer is $1000.00 and that is contingent on the shipping not being over $200.00. The shipping is critical though because I would not want it shipped the cheapest way possible because it would be shameful if it were damaged. So, even if you would take $1000 for it I still couldn't pay more than $200.00 so IF this is unacceptable I will understand. I am not a spammer and this offer is "on the up and up".
 
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