Kevin wrote: << I should have my version of the past......in my Bantel team frame.. Campag 1010 dropouts, 531db tubing ... >> I hope you can do a better job of joining the rear dropouts to the stays than as seen on that $4000+ Holdsworth "Replica" (I know you can, even in your sleep!)
You know, I didn't see any mention of where that frame was made! China?
Dale Brown Greensboro, North Carolina USA
-----Original Message----- From: kevin sayles <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Wed, Jan 26, 2011 2:48 pm Subject: Re: [CR] KOF Holdsworth?
Hang on a couple of weeks Dale and I should have my version of the past......in my Bantel team frame........made with the original Prugnat lugs, Cinelli full slope crown, Campag 1010 dropouts, 531db tubing [original fluted chainstays]......made in the same workshop by the same framebuilder that would have made them when they were the latest thing!
Should be back from the painters next week..hopefully, will put up pics on flickr as soon as I can.
cheers........enjoying your latest pics
Kevin Sayles Otley West Yorkshire UK
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Subject: [CR] KOF Holdsworth?
> This is interesting. Sent to me by Mick Butler. One of the better attempts > at recreating the past. But, as with all such attempts, it comes up a bit > short as compared to the real thing, at least in my opinion.
> Dale Brown
> Greensboro, North Carolina USA