Wow, that is good looking! Cost???? If I have to ask I can't afford it!
"Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving."
Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
Yep, the articles coming from the show seem to indicate that all the bikes/frames on display are pretty pricey. But, they do look really nice and I'll bet they would last a lifetime if taken care of.
I had to read the information before I realized it was carbon fiber. Very retro and very beautiful.
Guess it might be a one of a kind for the show - at least initially. They do not list it under standard or custom frames. Earlier article on this year's handmade show have indicated a bunch of builders are showing these type of bicycles, despite having never shown them before. Last year there were a lot more fast road bikes shown (or at least that is what I perceived looking at the pics).
But the front brake is mounted on the wrong side to be truly retro.
Sometime during the mid-70's the US Product Safety Commission insisted that all bike be fitted with the right lever controlling the rear brake. Prior to that the "normal" way for racing bikes was for the right lever to control the front brake.
My first high end bike was set-up in the Euro-style by an Italian ex-racer who owned a bike shop in my hometown of Stockton, CA. All 4 of my bikes are configured in the classic configuration.
I too am old enough to remember buying Campy NR parts new in the tan colored boxes with the World Champion stripes.
1973 Nishiki Professional, steel, green/black, Campy NR FG conversion, Brooks Pro
1991 Serotta Colorado II, steel, pearl white, full DA 8 spd STI, SI Flite
2002 Waterford 1700 Track, steel, jet black, DA, Ultegra and Phil, SI Flite
2006 Trek Madone 5.2, carbon fiber, blue, Ultegra and Bontrager, Fizik Arione