Well, thx everybody for the input on that one. Nick Brunner linked to a fli pflop, and comparing the visible side of that one to mine, it is most defin itely a BH. Amir Avitzur wrote in about these things being rare and especia lly if the chrome is still intact with a BH logo visible, I should hang ont o it. Mine is not only chrome intact, the tiny BH stamp, whilst not deep, i s very clear. And to make things worse, under the "BH" stamp there is anoth er tiny one reading "Airlite", and get this, beneath that, an even shallowe r one reading "made in England". What a bummer. I just don't know why Amir would want me to hold onto a thing like that, I have no possible use for it , I already got more stuff in boxes than I have enough brain cells to remem ber, plus I collect archeolgical stuff, it's all over the place and my life is a nightmare of hollering to the wife "have you seen this or that" and a ll she does is holler back "it's wherever you put it". There's a corner of my barn with boxes, every evening I have a coffee on the steps t o the barn and look at the mess, don't even dare go near it any more.
Probably I'll ebay the BH it before it get's lost in a pile. Not particular ly to maximize the price, just because I don't believe in doing business wi th friends (or enemy), it only leads to grief.
Also still looking to find a contact to Fransesco Moser to see if he'd ID a bike for me ? Anybody have any contact details ?
Nick March, Agen, 47000 Lot et Garonne, France.