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Old 06-29-09, 07:28 PM   #1
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My Schwinn Paramount 70 PDG MTB

Hey guys, im back again with a cool find! I saw this ad on CL a few days ago, and contacted the buyer (really nice guy) and he agreed to sell his paramount MTB to me. I dont know if this is exactly C&V, but i hope you enjoy it regardless. Im very happy to have this bike, and I will ride it to the death . It weights just under 24lbs which i find amazing for a bike built in the early 90's. It seems the owner changed the front fork to a Rox Shox too. Paid 130 bones

Here are the catalogs.

I still have to clean this baby

Lugged Tange Prestige Tubing
Shimano Deore XT drivetrain/brakes (centerpull )/hubs
Ritchey Logic headset
Ritchey Force Light Handlebars
Araya wheelset
Just installed straps.. (no pics)

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Old 06-29-09, 07:43 PM   #2
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most definitely C&V ,

and a nice find indeed!
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