Jan Janssen Max Prestige

I’m a fan of Columbus Max tubing and I feel some sympathy for the Janssen brothers, so I couldn’t resist when I good friend offered me this frame.
Unfortunately, it’s not a lugless Max frame (leaving even more space to demonstrate the skills and ideas of a frame builder), but it’s still beautiful. Jan Janssen doesn’t build frames, but frame are purchased in Belgium, France, Japan and probably Italy. 
This Max Presige is a “Jubilee” frame to cetebrate the 25th anniversary of Jan Janssen’s Tour de France victory of 1968.
Of course you can argue about the components. The frame I got was originally meant for a Dutch amateur racing team and these team bikes were equipped with Sachs components.
I assembled the bike with a wild mixture no period incorrect Campagnolo parts, 2x10 speed Ergopower.
Ergopower and 1st Generation Cosmics are really from the 1990s.
It’s a pain in the neck with the 1st generation Mavic Cosmic wheels, maybe I have to change something sooner or later.
The Concor Profil saddle on the picture has already been replaced by a Turbo Special.

Frame and fork
: Jan Janssen Max Prestige, Columbus Max.

Head set: Campagnolo C Record

Cranks: Campagnolo Record 172.5 mm

Bottom Bracket set: Campagnolo

Rear derailleur: Campagnolo Record

Front derailleur: Campagnolo Record, braze-on

Shifting lever: Campagnolo Record 10 Ultra Ergopower

Brakes: Campagnolo Record

Hubs: Mavic Cosmic

Rims: Mavic Cosmic

Tyres: Vredestein Fortezza Senso Superiore 25 mm

Sprockets: Shimano

Chain: KMC e10

Pedals: Campagnolo Pro Fit

Saddle: Selle Italia Turbo Special (updated 2019)

Seat Post: Campagnolo Chorus, 27.2 mm

Stem: Cinelli XA

Handlebars: Cinelli Campione del Mondo 66-42 (42 cm center to center)

Brake levers: Campagnolo Record 10 Ultra Ergopower

Bar tape: White