Richard Sachs wrote:
> considering longevity, history, quality, race pedigree,
> class, or any CR list related qualifications, i think
> Nagasawa frames rank the best of the best. in ANY
> era. i've followed his 'stuff' since about '77. i mean,
> he _is_ the man. here's a current version:
> i'd purge alot of my collection for one of these badboys!
I went to visit EuroAsia when they got their shipment of of about 30 track and road frames and they opened a bunch of boxes to show me all the different colors and the workmanship. They were spectacular! I really loved the rear fork ends (drop outs) on the track frames; look vaguely like "transformers".
The only real let down is the decals in that the headtube decal for example looks like something scaned from a magazine photo. The artwork has very rough edges and the registration is not so wonderful either. Pity :(
Here's the headtube decal: http://www.yellowjersey.org/n3naga4.jpg
Chuck Schmidt South Pasadena, Southern California