Re: [CR]Re: Holdsworth ID

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Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2006 15:01:00 +1300
From: "Michael Lasham" <>
Subject: Re: [CR]Re: Holdsworth ID
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Pictures can be found at

Thanks :)

Michael. wrote:
>It would be helpful if you could post some clear pictures of the various
>critical parts of the frame.
>Have you actually looked through the pages on Norman Kilgariff's site?
>C.J. Scheiner
>Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2006 08:10:14 +1300
>From: Michael Lasham <>
>Subject: [CR]identifying my old Holdswoth bike
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>Im new to this list and was hoping someone might be able to help me
>identify my old bike.
>First, a little about me.
>I live in Auckland , New Zealand after leaving the UK with my family in
>1985. My dad is an avid Hetchins fan and has several of them, and I
>just have an old Holdsworth.
>I bought the frame second hand and built a bike out of it when I was 14.
>When I got it , it was a pinky lilac colour.
>My dad thought it was a pre-war model but I don't know.
>I can only find a serial number on the forks, which is 24580 M
>after looking at all the other recommended spots for one.
>It does not have the long pointy bits on the lug work, and does have
>a Holdsworth badge on the front.
>I tried the website
>but he says he is having a break from answering emails.
>Any help would really be appreciated.
>I hope to identify the model and then try and restore it to is
>original colours and decals, etc.