This is my latest build. I purchased this machine last year form a seller in Manchester, a friend has only been able to deliver this to me in the last week or so. This is a Sun Super Vitesse from around 1951, a good deal of the original components are still with it. Im keeping this as a 3-speed version (my other I converted to 5-speed). The finish is in dark plum, my other is in royal blue. Frame is a bit bigger than my other Vitesse at around 22.5". Wheels are 26" with Weinmann alloy rims. Its shod with 26 x 1-1/4" tyres. Original bars, stem and brake levers. I'm replacing the rather feeble looking monitor brakes with some much beefier GB Courier Pluses I have in store here. I have a stock of NOS white ribbed cable for the brakes. Guards will be Bluemels all rounders in carmine red. I have completely stripped the bike and re-greased the Bayliss Wiley BB and also cleaned and regreased the delightful clip headset. Im replacing the chainwheel with a period correct 1/8" chain Williams item. Pedals are original. I have a B17 from pre 1953 with oval stamp mark which replaces the worn out B17 that came with it. Overall I aim to clean and sympathetically refurb the machine, including touching up some of the frame graphics. The original paint is in pretty good nick. Ive made a good deal of progress on this in the last week and will post up more images shortly.