Superstu has a nice one of these above, although he is taking a world records time to fix it up properly.
I have rescued a sad one recently too, way too small for me so I am building it up for the wife. Not sure it will be used, so like you, building a bike I don't need but its fun so why not.http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewto ... t=#1796796
Liking the progress so far on yours!
i've seen both your posts when searching about the frame
i found some lightweight tange forks with ritchey drop outs, that was on my old prestiege stumpy....nice and light and well springy, but they are what looks like zinc plated, with some surface rust, but that's no problem if you own a car restoration company
a lx hub with db spokes laced to a mavic d521 sup
a dx hub laced to an unknown rim....any ideas what rim this is?
photobucket not talking to phone...not talking to pc!! this is why retro is best!!!