Righto, got two damaged frames that I can't bring myself to weigh in for some reason. Neither is that nice or worth repairing properly IMO, but I'd rather someone do something with them than them be made into bean cans. Maybe make a sculpture or something?
Anyway, this is just to gauge interest, if anyone's bothered about either of them I'll get proper measurements and pics.
First frame is a late 70s or early 80s Holdsworth-made Claud Butler Dalesman touring frame. 531 tubing, seat tube 56cm C-T, top tube length TBC. This one has had a front end collision at some point in its life and has ripples on the TT and DT. Fork looks OK from what I can remember. Anyway, I commuted on it like this for more than year and am just about alive so don't think it's going anywhere. Still, probably scrap man fodder unless you're as hard and brave as me.
Second, an 80s Ron Kitching. This is a bit more racy than the Scutler, no mudguard eyes or anything like that. 531 tubing, seat tube 58 or 59cm C-T, top tube something like 58 or 59cm as well. This one has a flared BB shell, so you can push a BB into it without engaging the threads. I think a bodge-tastic repair would be possible on this one without too much effort, cost or ingenuity.
Pick up from Wakefield or can be posted at YOUR cost.