Belgian road frame as supplied to the shop in the seventies. From what I can gather the shop bought in "off the peg" frames which they badged as Plum(e)s to go along with their track frames and things...
...but I am sure you historians can help out here!
Anyway - 22.5" centre to top, 22" centre to centre and 39" wheelbase
Prugnat lugs, semi wrapover seatstays, flat fork crown and Gipiemme horozontal dropouts. I think it is 531 - but cannot swear to that. Big chunky Belgian forkblades though!
New Campag bottom bracket, Tange headset, seatbolt and bottle cage bolts
Not built up since being painted - does have a couple of chips but nothing some nail varnish will not sort out!
I managed to break off one of the dropout adjusting screws but I am sure I can get it out...
Looking for £125 - look at it like you are buying a headset, bottom bracket and paint - and getting a frame for free!
YIKES! wrong picture - I am keeping the Flandria - correct one coming up!
PMd you Doug
Saw the Plume (not pictured) last night.
It is truly a thing of great beauty. £125.00 is giving it away.
Is this still up for grabs/have you got a photo yet?
i have also seen this in the flesh ( last jumble ) and was bloody lovely !
S o l d !
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