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(HELP) Frameset identification

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What's up?

First, sorry my bad english.  :facepalm: 

My name is Victor, I live in Brazil and I just bought this bike. 

The frameset is unlike any that is here, have a "KROON" logo on the front, but i didn't found information of road bikes Kroon

It's a fillet brazed frame, 58x58 geometry

BB 45mm

Someone knows this frameset? 

 

If someone need more pictures just ask

Thank's



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I like the head badge, doesn't look like a high end racer (correct me if I'm wrong). Nice lug-less frame, but a bit crude workmanship on the brazes. Looks like an 80's production, but can see there's a treadless stem on it (mid 90's to date) - Not period correct. Hope that helps!

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Yup, 70's to the 80's perhaps!

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I think I found! 

Do not much like the Crescent VM 201 racer, 1952 in cromoly? 

Note the fork, the steering box, the hubs, the Brooks saddle b-17, the bolts holding the wheels.

 

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More informations here:

http://www.cykelhobby.com/cre53.htm



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