Your Holdsworth is not 1965 - the Holdsworth numbers were simple sequential numbers and did not contain a date code - it is probably c1958.
Hilary Stone, Bristol, England
> From: "JB Froke" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2006 01:07:37 -0800
> To: "classicrendezvous" <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: [CR]Any Freddie Grubb custodians out there?
> Charlie et al., Absolutely. I am one; and I trust there are more. My
> own (frameset) is Holdsworthian, as well, and probably 1965 per the
> serial number (19465). The DT decals are 90 pct. intact and 100 pct.
> interesting: the length of "FREDDIE GRUBB," all in gold-block letters is
> greater than 19 inches. (By the way, it's a 22-in frame, so they we
> cutting it pretty tight). And, sadly, Nick doesn't carry the correct
> decal or transfer: the best he has isn't half that length. This is a
> determined restoration, however, so we will resolve the missing giant
> decal problem, sure enough. I am eager to follow along your own
> Good luck, I'll need it!
> JB Froke, Pebble Beach CA