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#969  
   
   
   
   
 
One of the first Fuso Lux frames built in 1986. It has a metal head badge, and some aspects of the decal design borrowed from the original Fuso. However, the decals on the Lux were "burried" under 8 clearcoats and sanded smooth, before the final clearcoat.
The frame also had chrome right chainstay and dropout faces.
Left: Is this frame number 696 or 969?
It is 969. Numbers are always read inwards from the outside edge of the bottom bracket. (See the note at the bottom of this site's home page.
Owned by Lorin Youde. [More pictures on Flickr.]


 
   
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#1099    
     
     
 
 
 
A fine example of a 1st. Generation Fuso, one of the last with the metal headbadge. It even has the original color match pump that was painted with the frame.
This frame kept in great condition by the original owner Richard Closson.

 
 
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#2037  
   
   
 
 

A rare Fuso track frame. In the original team colors of the Shaw's Cycles Team that I co-sponsored.
Owned by Lance Gillette.
 

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#2068  
   
   
   
 
 
This Fuso is built with Columbus Max tubing, an oversize and ovalized tubeset. It was built as a display model shown at the "Interbike" Show held in Las Vegas.
Owned by Phil Strong.

 
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