>They look very much like the ones on my old Realmrider from circa 1962 ...
>but these are plainer. Mine had similar outer contours, but had lots of
>cutouts in them. Really pretty, actually, and you could see traces of the
>gold paint used to line the cutouts and curls and curves of the lugs against
>the black paint.
>No name for them, but apparently Dawes liked them. Mine had the cast
>headbadge that was more 3d sculptural - your headbadge is a pattern I had
>not seen before ...
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>Date: Tuesday, May 22, 2001 6:02 AM
>Subject: [CR]Dawes frame lugs/repair
>>If anyone wants to hazard a guess about the origins of the lugs on the
>Dawes frame that Sam DiBartolomeo will be repairing, a few photographs are
>>They don't look like Nervex lugs to me but I'm no expert.
>>Thanks to Bob Reid for taking the time between various bike
>repairs/rebuilds to put my pictures on his website.
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