1966 schwinn phantom

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  1. M&M REBEL BIKES

    M&M REBEL BIKES New Member

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    Hi Board

    Here's my 1966 Phantom frame is was the sixth one made that year. Built it last summer and have a lot of fun with it. Hits 34 on the road radars. I have a cool little cargo trailer for it, pulls like it's not there. Great for farmers market and swap meet runs. If i could get my hound to stay in the trailer, I would take him down to the river. Building the wife one next. Thanks for looking.

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  2. thegnu

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    looking good clean build
     
  3. rustycase

    rustycase Gutter Rider

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    Very solid looking, stout build!
    Improved brakes would be a great thing.
    How do you attach ur trailer?
    Got any pics?
    Best
    rc
     
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  4. MotoMagz

    MotoMagz Active Member

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    Nice build I think you mean 1956 not 66.I don't believe they made a phantom in 66.But I am no ec.xpert
     
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    M&M REBEL BIKES New Member

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    Your right its not a Phantom, It's a Panther. I don't have any pictures of the trailer. I will try to get some up this weekend. It attaches to the rear axle at the frame. Just like most of the other trailers out there. It has a quick release on it.

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  6. The_Aleman

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    I was thinking the same thing, MotoMagz, you're not off track there.

    A Panther makes more sense.
     

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