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I got a frejus in a terrible condition!

Realise there's a puncture near the rear dropout!



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It's paint has just been strip! Now, we are able to inspect closer and see the damage clearly.

 



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Filling up brass on the punctured rear stay.

Smoothing out the rough surface.



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Looking forward to see the final result.

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Got this frame from an Italian
Unfortunately, there's no headbadge
Bought a period correct reproduction decal set that comes with the headbadge (decal)
Guess have to live with that!

I also bought the very hard to find Campagnolo derailleur (suicide shifter) with matching hubs for it.



-- Edited by dmonster on Wednesday 20th of March 2013 01:51:30 PM

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Dmonster, that's a great frame you have found. Is this local model? Any headbagde?

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Have primed and painted the frame earlier (sorry, no photos available)

Just got the decals up

Waiting to go for last coat of paint (clear)

 



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Got the clear coat on the frame...

 



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The paint is finally dried

Once the chrome is expose, it looks much blink blink!

Need a little touch up and a bit of polishing 

Should be ready to seat in my display rack

 



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Very nice head tube. Went over to meet a friend and happy to find this Frejus. It is small size but with a original head badge.



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