Accidentally (may have been a bit drunk) bought an old Concorde frame on ebay. It's a bit knackered, but I love it and really want it to live on, so think a cheap single speed build might work, but I am quite out of my depth (previosuly only dealt with modernish geared stuff). I believe the BB is Italian thread, and looks to be about 36 x 69mm.
Frame was 60 quid, so that gives an idea of the quality of bits I'm after.
Failing picking up the parts in dribs and drabs, if there's a whole(ish) cheap bike I could butcher, that might work?
Thanks in advance!
Oh, forgot to say, front spacing is 100mm, rear 126mm
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