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1980 Schwinn Phantom Scrambler

#1 2010-11-11 12:26pm

yardsaleman
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1980 Schwinn Phantom Scrambler

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1980 Schwinn Phantom Scrambler

As I picked it up in all it glory

Well I grabbed this bad boy up spent a few hours repacking every thing and cleaning every thing.And trust me it look sweet but rides better then it looks has Metal Flange Skyway Tuff II's with suntour coster and reflectors.Chrome Ashtabula stem mix match Scrambler BX tires Og seat with only tiny rip very happy on this guy.Enjoy


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#2 2014-02-20 7:44pm

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Re: 1980 Schwinn Phantom Scrambler

The more and more i see these Blue and yellow scramblers makes me want one even more. Very nice.

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#3 2017-06-24 3:53pm

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Re: 1980 Schwinn Phantom Scrambler

Just picked up the same model as you it seems. i was looking in the catalog and i didnt see a scrambler with painted forks. the 36's picture had chrome forks. mine was repainted but the underlying paint tells me that mine was the same blue from the forks to the frame like yours. just a little weird that it wasnt the same as in the catalog. Oh yeah, the forks were actualy totally diffeent in the 80's catalog. mine has the same from dropout design as yours where as the the catalogs picture shows a fork that just  has the dropouts directly below the forks, not infront.


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