yes, the year, color and description are exactly right; so I'm pretty sure it's the same model.
Unfortunately, I think the reason that the frame was in my closet was due t o a race accident --that broke off the derailer hanger. I believe that I c annibalized or sold the other parts, except for the front wheel with Ukai r im. Consequently, I have no plans to try to restore it in any way. I will be stripping it and converting it into a single-speed.
First, I'm going to take it to a frame-builder to have the geometry checked . Thanks for the info and reply.
Bx, NY> To: email@example.com> Subject: [CR]Question about ear
ly Fuji bicycle> CC: firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sun, 29 Jun 2008 12:27:59 -070
0> From: email@example.com> > I have similar bike to your frame, a 1971 Fu
ji Finest, in "midnight> blue" (dark navy) I believe. The paint scheme is :
chromed fork tips> and rear ends, lugs, and seatstay caps. There are chrom ed panels on> the downtube and seat tube, where it says 'FUJI'. The fork bl ades are> very unusual round blades, with a racing decal very much like the
very> last reynolds 531 'shield-type' of fork decals. My frame size is 23" .> Email me for pix or if you'd like to modify the graphics on your frame> or compare geometry / wheelbase.> > Fuji used to put the model name on the top tube (like raleigh and> motobecane) but i don't think mine says anythin g.> > Parts are : old Dia-Compe centerpulls, steel suntour V / spirt> derai lleurs, Mighty cranks, mks unique steel pedals with true sawtooth> profile,
Sunshine 8-trapezoid high-flange hubs, ukai tubulars (!),> nitto olympiade
bars and nitto stem, unusual suntour ratcheting> clamp-on downtube shiters
with silver (not black) barrels. I think it> needs a plastic Fujita saddle
but I couldn't find one so I got a blue> person's majestic (=Brooks Pro)
saddle from http://www.permaco.com with brass> rails to match the paint scheme .. .> > - Don Gillies> San Diego, CA, USA