The frames were really cheap- Starting from 1 Euro, they ended up at about 100-150 euros NOS. I even bought a MTB
http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewto ... light=voss
The MTB is built slightly better, I paid it 70 euros but it was unfinished, so Tommasini added a chainstay bridge and some cable stops, which cost me much more than the frame.
As I told you, the guy got a stock of frames from the buyer of the Voss warehose. The frames had been sent to a junkyard which rejected them being TI a metal which cannot simply be dumped as ordinary garbage.
As a matter of fact, they're not very well built but they're really comfortable on long rides. really good for a spare bike or, it's my case, as a training rig.
Ashamed of being Italian
life's too short to waste precious moments on a single speed!