The T- style seatpost is unique, but the most interesting feature of the bike is the frame itself - its a very small diameter setup. The top-tube is 22.5mm diameter, seat tube and downtube are 1" tubes, headtube runs about 30mm. The stem diameter is just under 19.5mm. Stem and bars are 1 piece - very narrow tubes too. The bike would have been a very upright and wippy ride. Fun to try and we wish the rims were rideable. The long seat stays have no brake bridge and would be a bit whippy too - and they are bolted to the seat lug. The seatstay bolt also is used as the seatpost binder bolt.
The grips were cork, but are now rotted away to nothing. Only a bit remains.
The bike is lugged, which is unique, and also has a crowned fork.
Original color? other than rust? Probably black.
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|Used or New||Used|