In 1975 while working from my framebuilding business in Worcester England, I received an order for a touring bike from a customer who was an American serving in the US Airforce, and stationed in the UK.
I built the frame with a custom rear rack. The bike was fitted with all Campagnolo equipment, and aluminum mudguards that had a hammered dimpled finish.
Dynamo lighting was fitted with the front and rear lights attached to the mudguards. The dynamo was attached to a bracket brazed to the inside of the left seatstay.
The above picture was taken just before the customer took delivery. I had no idea at the time that four years later I would move the United States myself; or ever hear about this bike again.
Recently I learned the original owner had given up riding due to ill health, and had sold the bike. The new owner, who lives in Anchorage, Alaska, had the frame restored to its original finish by Cyclart. Pictures below.