Was There Really A 1949 Model Phantom?

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    1950 ad...

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    The question should be, was there a 1949 catalog from Arnold Schwinn & Co. that showed the availability of a Phantom series bike?
     
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    that seat was 51 and after only
     
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    The ad is from the Spring 1950 (March 1st) Chicago Cycle Supply Company catalog. Where is your proof otherwise?