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Schwinn Paramount serial number question, Please

Old 03-14-15, 04:22 PM
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I like it. Sort of basic, but it's back on the road and that's what matters.

I'm game for the story. Lay it on us.
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Old 03-16-15, 05:52 PM
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A huge amount of stickers to deflect or ( draw ) your eyes to a rattle can paint job. The bike though in all honesty rides very very nice. I ordered off EBAY a triple crank ( because there are so many hills here in Florida LOL ) It was on EBAY for $50 w/free shipping. Will I then own a P15? once installed. thanks to everyone for your help.
Oh my, just looking at picture, I might have put on a tad too many stickers. My neighbor may need some on the back of his car without him knowing it. He is Italian, but doesn't ride a bicycle, would that be wrong?
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Old 03-17-15, 05:24 AM
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^ the stickers are a bit over the top for a Paramount! But what the heck! Are you riding it and enjoying it? Of course you are and that's what matters!!!

Did you find a Campagnolo NR triple crank for $50 or something else? Those granny chainrings come in real handy when there is a highway or river overpass. Next thing you know you'll be slapping this transmission on your Paramount! Very useful in sunny Florida (when riding into a hurricane)!

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Old 03-17-15, 08:07 AM
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Hi, no I bought a Tripple XENON, supposedly NOS with 175 MM arms and ordered a 124MM 70-SS bottom bracket for another $25. Should keep me busy for a few hours trying to line things up. If not there is always the deep canal behind my house.
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Old 03-20-15, 08:33 AM
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Got a new p-15 today, ( kind of )

Does this make my P-10 a P-15 if I sell it??
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Old 03-20-15, 09:12 AM
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PastorBob, oh my, Is Mt Everest on your itinerary? It looks like the only way you will be able to peddle with less effort is a 50cc motor. Beautiful Beautiful bike.
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Does this make my P-10 a P-15 if I sell it??
No, just makes it a P10. Gotta have that NR triple to make it a P15.

My '71 P13 has a 3X6 drivetrain. Doesn't mean I can call it a P18!
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Pastorbob, thank you for making me smile, really bad today, I appreciate it, thank you, hopefully- well thank you sincerely, you honestly made someone feel ok for a few minutes.

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Pastorbob, thank you for making me smile, really bad today, I appreciate it, thank you, hopefully- well thank you sincerely, you honestly made someone feel ok for a few minutes.
It's my calling! You are very welcome. Glad to be of assistance.
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Good days, i need information about these bicycle frames that i want to restore, i would like to have reference photographs, or sites on the web where i can visualize as they were when leaving factory. Thank you
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You need 10 posts before you can post pictures. Can you list the serial numbers and or post the pictures after the 10th post. By the way these posts are several years old. After your 10th post you may want to start a new thread. Welcome to Bike Forums. Roger

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