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1989 Schwinn Phantom

#1 2017-06-23 8:44am

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1989 Schwinn Phantom

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1989 Schwinn Phantom

Entry level BMX for the skinny wallet

Picked this bike up locally for my son to have an older bike to ride and show. Not a top of the line BMX, but all chrome and looks the part. Found this from a guy who bought storage units. Looks like it was bought and only ridden a handful of times, amazing shape for being as old as it is. Other than some minimal rust specs all original when we got it. My son removed the reflectors and chain guard, just like we all did back in the day. 


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#2 2017-06-23 12:05pm

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Re: 1989 Schwinn Phantom

Looking good! cool


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#3 2017-06-23 12:16pm

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Re: 1989 Schwinn Phantom

Thanks, my son is currently riding the wheels off it. Fun to share the hobby with him, and I'm glad he is enjoying the bike.


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