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Old 03-25-17, 04:12 PM
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Show us your interesting frame details

I thought this would be fun and couldn't dig up anything similar in a search, so here we are... Whatch'a got?





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Old 03-25-17, 04:49 PM
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Not the frame exactly, but pretty cool like the frame imho.

Campy sidepull specific custom rack brace.
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And very nicely thinned lugs.
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Integrated headset rack mount.
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A Cimarron's ovalized tubes and fillets.
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For the win! This is so cool looking!
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Old 03-25-17, 06:56 PM
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Lever mount for dynamo with internal cable routing 1955 Jack Taylor[IMG]IMG_8057 by Mattballman, on Flickr[/IMG]

cable tubes for internal cables on a 72 Jack Taylor 6025 by Mattballman, on Flickr

"Aero" shifter mounts with internal cabling 72 Jack Taylor 6025 by Mattballman, on Flickr

and the beautifully directed outlet for the internal cabling of the rear derailleur 6025 by Mattballman, on Flickr

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Old 03-25-17, 07:03 PM
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Too much lug detail for something that was so seriously thrashed....

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Looks familiar...


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Integral Rear Rack



Not your usual TIG welded frame



Masterful Lug Work - Bruce Gordon


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Masterful Lug Work - Bruce Gordon


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I'll show more if you will.....

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That McLean is fabulous!

A couple more of the Gordon...






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The fillet brazed head tube on the Schwinn High Sierra-





And the lugged, unicrown fork!


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My early Kenevans (Aussie) 'lo-pro' with a curved top tube.

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Great thread!

Capo Modell Campagnolo head lugs
Capo Sieger fork crown
Capo Sieger seat post cluster
Capo head badge
Capo Sieger rear dropout (stamped, possibly made by Agrati(?), but with integral derailleur hanger and thickening braze-on)
Capo Sieger, showing Rathausmann badge on seat tube
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