Well, I think it's time to pass this on. It's had several different incarnations over the past year and none have made me ride it very much.
It's what I believe was listed as a size 52 in catalogs.
54cm TT c-c
52cm ST c-c
41.5cm CS c-c
Ample clearance for Challenge Parigi-Roubaix (29mm), larger may be possible. I once tried 32mm cross tires and they rubbed.
Used, with plenty of patina, but no dents or structural damage. It's, frankly, charming. Workmanship is charmingly subpar (read: French) but the frame rides great regardless.
French headset, English bottom bracket. Awkward transition period frame means you don't have to worry about crankset compatibility, and
I'm including the velo orange headset with the sale.
I'm also including the 26.4 post that I paint matched to the graphics when I first got the frame. It's not the most pro of flute-filling jobs, but it looks somewhat good.
Lastly, also including the 3ttt French stem (22.0 quill) that will fit 26.0 bars. It's 85mm long.
The fork is drilled to accept a regular recessed hex nut. The rear is not. So any modern brake set can be used, just run the front brake in the back and use a regular nut. The rear brake can be used in the front with an extra long recessed nut.
Cool detail: The fork has a wooden plug in it.
Album full of pictures: https://www.flickr.com/photos/764689...57629981612037