TVM frame above this post is beautiful.
Got knocked from behind by a car maybe 18 months ago more or less and sort of lost interest in cycling. Ended up selling almost all my parts and all my bikes/frames. Got talked into not selling my Gazelle frame at the last moment as I'd always wanted one and glad I didn't as I'm in serious need of some cardio exercise. So I rebuilt my frameset with a mix of eBay bargains and overpriced (but lovely) Nitto parts.
1981 Gazelle AB frame & fork in berylgroen.
Can't remember BB & headset but I remember them being fairly light, with sealed bearings.
Nitto bars, stem and post, Fizik saddle.
Shimano 1055/6 hubs, shifters and derailleurs.
Stronglight chainset with 46/34 rings, 11-30 cheap Shimano cassette (b screw wound all the way in, works fine on this old short cage).
Tektro brake levers and calipers, this frameset requires modern short reach on the forks and modern mid reach at the back (it's very close to fitting short reach at the back with some filing of the pad slots but I like a little extra adjust-ability).
Rigida Excel 70 rims with 28mm Panaracer Gravelking tyres (these don't seem as tall as my old Conti GP4000 SII). I think this frame could easily fit 30mm tyres if I feel like it in the future.
My favourite pedals with toe cages.
Came out around 9.7kg. When I used to run this frame with a 1x set-up it was under 9.5kg. But I think aesthetically these old racing frames suit double chainrings much more.