Sold my Specialized Allez Triple today for $700 (I need ONE bike that can be zippy but can also sport fenders and not be so touchy to getting roughly handled now and then) and I spent $500 on a Frejus "Mod. Tour de France." Not sure on the exact year, it was a very personal bike to the shop's owner, and he says he's had it since he opened the shop ('59.) Buying it was a great experience, it was nice to be trusted with his favorite bike in the place. But that's another story.
Bike is a little scratched up, dark blue with off-white and silver details, all joints are "crowned" (not really sure what it's called) Most components are some form of Campagnolo, including cranks, chainring, headset, shifters, derailleurs, hubs/skewers. Wheels are Araya, handlebars and stem are TTT. Brakes are Universal Mod. 61. MADE IN ITALY is stamped on one side of the stem, GRAN PRIX on the other. Not sure on frame material, but it feels quite light. Serial # is 1105F.
Bike originally came with fenders, I'm waiting for the owner to dig them out of the back to put on there.
So, can you guys tell me anything about it? I really dig the way this bike rides!