The Phil Wood hub on the front wheel caught my eye on the $100 lugged steel bike at a garage sale and nearly justified the purchase by itself. The bike turned out to be a "custom" built by Diablo Cycles, Concord California with decals labeling it as a McReynolds - by Boone. The bike was in great shape with good paint and a matching Silica frame pump. I'd guess it was built for touring with several features that suggest it having been built for a woman or a small framed male -- e.g. narrow dropped Cinelli 380 mm handlebars, 165 mm Avocet "road" cranks on a 54 cm frame; and a short extension stem (80 mm). The frame is an ornately lugged steel frame but there is no indication of what tubing might have been used. The frame has all braze-ons for fenders, front rack, and water bottles and a pump peg under the top tube. Even the screw holes for the water bottle on the down tube are reinforced with a luglike plate. The triple chain ring half-step drive train has probably been upgraded to allow indexed shifting with a 7 speed cassette. Componets include Suntour Superbe Brakes and Levers, Shimano STX RC Derailleur (rear); Shimano 105 Derailleur (front); Shimano 105 rear hub; 700 cc Araya RS-430 rims. If I'm correct that the indexed shifting and rear derailleur are newer upgrades, my best guess would be early to mid 80s for the bike's age. Any other perspectives would be welcome. I'd be curious to know more about bikes by Boone or Diablo Cycles or a probable age of the bike. Google does not help so the shop must not exist in its previous encarnation. The best of all worlds was when I discovered it is the most comfortable fit of any bike I have ever ridden including any of the 5 road bikes I currently own. I?ve now installed load rider front racks and am planning some long distance touring when weather permits.