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Old 07-02-07, 04:04 PM   #1
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Holdsworth frameset

Hi guy's, I'm new to this forum and i was wondering if the knowledgeable among you can help me.

I've recently bought a "Holdsworth" racing bike. It has a 24.5" frame and is painted black with white decals. I was told it was manufactured around the early to mid eighties.

My problem is that i cannot find any info about this bike anywhere on the net. The closest description is the "Holdsworth Professional 346" which was available at: at the very bottom of that page.

As it's labelled "Professional" can i assume the frame is made of Reynolds or something similar?

The bike has been stripped completely. Minus the front forks and B/B set the frame weighs approx 3.5-4.0 lbs.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 07-02-07, 04:15 PM   #2
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Try posting this in the Classic and Vintage forum. Keep in mind you should have some photos available for proper ID.
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