The numbers do not yell touring frame to me. It seems like a frame built custom for someone with a short torso, who didn't buy it.
Odly the head angle doesn't look all that steep, but I didn't try to measure it. I like the bike to stear itself straight on long days on the road. If you are riding roads, there is rarely any need to have jumpy stearing as one might want in the peleton.
I have a mountain bike with wishbone seat stays, and I never noticed anything adverse about it, as long as you can get your fenders on there.
I wouldn't buy a custom cast-off just because it would be a good deal due to materials and workmanship, if only it fit.