Possibly Cinelli? going by the appearance of several lugs and seatstay caps.
> That looks like an early 70's or so Pogliaghi tandem. Not sure what the
> fork would be like for that one; but the later ones that Hansing brought
> in had forks that were standard 24mm PS track blades in a Cinelli IC
> crown. Notorious for comming apart, which may explain the absence of the
> fork. Peter Johnson was caretaking a possibly similar tandem that
> belongs to Grant Handley. Perhaps a comparision will identify the frame.
> Hope that helps.
> Brian Baylis
> La Mesa, CA
> > Hello,
> > I just acquired this tandem frame. In primer, no serial numbers, very well
> > crafted. Italian threads, no fork. Entirely lugged and nicely done at
> > that. This link will take you to photos.
> > http://cyclart.com/photos/Inventory/no_part_num/ItalianTandem.jpg
> > Can any one identify the builder?
> > Jim Cunningham
> > CyclArtist
> > Vista, CA