I've got what I think is an 88 model which I love for its sloping frame and lugged construction. I think that they were practical and innovative frame builders: lots of sweet details and use of multibutted tubes, esp on the later models.
Last time I searched there wasn't much interweb info out there: we could do with some old catalogues coming to light.
That is lovely! I think mine is a lower model.
I'm sure I read somewhere that they continued making lugged frames for certain markets and welded ones for other markets - can't remember which ones though.
I can't complain for £35 though!