Elev12k, Shame that this bike was not complete, it seems this is not the original chrome fork. By the way, there are beautiful bikes in the background, are those all yours? A Koga Miyata Pro Am, seems a rare bike to me, I can not find this one in the brochures, from what year is it? Incidentally, I have a Capri Sonne FullPro race bike from 1981, which I will post here soon.
The RoadChamp frame has the same fork, but chromed. 'KM' on top crown. Possibly an upgrade the initial owner ordered.
On the Pro Am: you can view it in the 1984 catalogue as frame only offering. The 3rd bike in the pic is an interesting FullPro-L example. It is not like the bike shown in the catalogue or the other FullPro-L's I've seen. Some details are FullPro-L typical, while some arent't, e.g. horizontal drop outs, no chrome under paint... There is a name on top the bottom bracket shell: Vd Meer. I don't know of a Capri Sonne or IJsboercke rider with the name Vd Meer, but that it is a custom job is for sure. It is a nicely riding fast and light bike. The cranks are interesting too btw: look like DynaDrives, but with conventional fitting.
This or something alike you absolutely won't encounter in any catalogue:
All cables run internally. Brake cable leaves through post! 63mm shell width
Shifters on top DT, low profile stays, aero crown - anyway quite a lot aero influences on this according to the serial 1977 frame.
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