I purchased a Frejus road bike last week and I'm looking to find out the age of the bike. The frame is blue with the head tube painted white in-between the lugs. The bike has the Torino, Tour de France head tube sticker as well as a Frejus down tube sticker in white/silver and on the seat tub there is another white Torino TDF panel sticker in white as well as a Made in Italy sticker and another sticker in Italian. The components appear to be low-end Hurret with Legnano cranks and a TTT stem. The wheels are mismatched and most likely cheap replacements (rear- Weinman 700c, front- Araya 27"). The brakes are made by universal. I really like the look and fit of the bike so to me it was worth the $40 I paid for it, so I'm not looking to know I scored an ebay gem. I actually plan on using this as my winter/wet weather ride. I bought some new Panaracer touring tires for it and some fenders (thank goodness for the long pull brakes). Everything on the bike works and I'll probably leave it as is for a while. I'll post a pic of the bike tonight. I've scoured the web for info on this brand of bikes but came up with very little. Any personal experience would be great to hear. Frejus supposedly made decent bikes back in the 70s.