Well here it is. It rides nice. I took this picture first in case I wrecked it. Fixed gear 52/20 It’s a ‘74 Raleigh Grand Prix frame made in Worksop, England. The braze-ons were shaved and the brake bridge removed. The frame was stripped using Aircraft stripper and cleaned with a wire wheel on a die grinder. Steel wool was used to apply WD40 and let dry. Two coats. Johnson's Paste Wax was applied using a shoe brush and dried in the sun, buffed out with a cloth and then repeated. The drive train is mostly 80’s Japanese. Except : Tange cartridge bottom bracket which is new. Rear cog is new aftermarket. An unknown brand brake lever from a Ross. Kenda K36 27 x 1-1/8 tires Bottom of headset is new. Top is original Raleigh. The brake cable housing is off an old Schwinn. I liked that it was ribbed and matched the skinwalls. The nickel plated chain is just bling. The rest is 80’s Japanese stuff: Ukai rims with Sunshine hubs. Sugino RT cranks SR Laprade seatpost SR Stem SR Randonneur handlebar flipped and clipped Bridgestone self centering brakes Fuji Feather saddle Pedals are MKS The cranks were 320 wet sanded to remove some of the shine and then waxed. I wrapped the bar in old inner tubes. I left the rear axle long. Of course, the crank caps are left off. Participating in BOTEN has been a blast. All the AMAZING bikes here are inspiring and I hope each build I do brings me a bit further along. Thanks for your talents which you all share generously. I'm going to look at more bike pictures now. Peace.