I do not have experience with it, but I would say it is a nice frame. Presto is from Amsterdam of course and if I recall correctly Loek Valk (owner of Presto since 70s) told me they were made locally (by a builder I do not recall the name of) untill somewhere early 90s. Later steel frames were built in the south of The Netherlands. I do not know where nowadays Prestos have their origins, but we know how it works in the cycling bizz these days.
I would think that Rapido Extra is circa mid 90s. The frame you are referring to doesn't look generic to me - far from. It is very distinctive. I love the blades that look like Max-blades to me. Never knew they could also be part of a Thron tube set
An own selection? The Andreas crosses in the stays are derived of the A'dam coat of arms. The Presto graphics are the right ones. I like them better than the later Italic ones. The drop outs unveil the builder for this frame
The builder is very skilled and enjoys a great repution.
I several times covered ealier Prestos built by Jan Legrand, Peter Serier or Bertus Slesker on Retrobike. None of them built for Presto after somewhere early 80s.
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