This Harry Quinn was built in Tenby, Wales during 1988 and is a fantastic example. It has been very well kept over its 30-year lifespan and displays all the hallmarks of a quality road bike. The lugs are cleanly thinned and filed and they have been lined in gold with nice details on the seat stay top eyes and the sloping fork crown. The paintwork really is in fine original condition and polishes up beautifully. There are a few minor paint chips and the chain stay and drive side seat stay has a few dots touch up paint applied in a slightly different shade of burgundy, but overall its in wonderful shape with the original transfers also in great condition. All components are in fine fettle and work very smoothly out on the road. It’s a very fast machine, with quick acceleration and great road manners. The fork blades give plenty of feel through the handlebars and their minimal rake provides crisp changes of directions at the whim of the rider. The Campagnolo brakes offer good progressive feel and strong braking as well as being one of the more attractive brake sets. It’s a splendid road machine that will provide many miles of pleasure, and with enough gearing to climb all but the steepest hill with ease.