I aquired this frame a little while ago and just left it in a corner and didn't bother with it for a while cause i had so many other projects to deal with.
It is a Reynolds 531 track frame built by Tom Bromwich in the city of Coventry in england. When i did my research i couldn't find a whole lot. I found out that he used to to build road bikes and mountain bikes. mainly out of reynolds tubing. They say all of his bikes were of high quality and built very well.
When inspecting the frame, i've noticed that it has very nice detail. The logo's and campy stickers are gorgeous. It also has a grease port in the BB shell. I'm guessing the frame is around the mid to early seventies?
Anyways if you guys have any input on this frame or own one please post a pic.
Here's the pics, enjoy (By the way, some of the pics came out way bigger then expected, i was too lazy to resize for now. So just zoom out, PRESS CTRL on your keyboard and simultaneously use the scroll wheel on your mouse to zoom out, do the reverse to zoom in):
Here's a funny pic of his Mtn bikes: