Not a high-falutin model, just 531 plain gauge with an interesting mix of components from the factory. Unfortunately, not all of it still with my acquisition.
And I overpaid a little, based on what I've found so far, but I wanted it for a keeper, not a flip, so I'm OK with that. But on to some pics. I've already stripped it down, so this a quick & dirty "reassembly" for pictures.
View of the whole, less the wheels.
Record FD with cable stop, even in '73. My first steel cottered crank. Labeled "NG" on the back of the arms. Lyotard 462 pedals.
Top tube decal. This one is in the worst shape
Headbadge. Weinmann 610 f&r brakes.
Downtube decal. This one's in better shape.
Bronze Record RD, years after the NR was available. One of the interesting components. This one, although OE, is from my parts bin. The PO had a DA 7402 installed.
Seattube decal. This one is not too bad, either.
Record Model decal on the TT
And it came with the OE set of Nuovo Tipo hubs, straight skewers, laced to the proper Fiamme yellow label 27" rim in the rear, and a replacement Araya in the front that actually looks pretty good. But I'll be looking for the real thing.