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Old 01-08-18, 02:25 PM
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Lugset is the usual Prugnat 62/d.

There were some of these frames with stamped ends which were constructed with three tubes 531. There appears to be the vestige of what could be a Reynolds transfer near the top of the seat tube.

Pillar size would be a guide to that. If quality plain gauge would expect a 26.2mm size. If hi-tensile one would expect something like a 25.4mm size.

Brakes have been changed from centrepull to sidepull.

Thinking something like 1969-71 for a date range.

Will await the observations of our resident Professeur de Lejuene-Sauvage: @CV-6.


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