This is the Pashley Gov'nor . . . it is simply beautiful . . . sit and stare at it for a while, it will make you feel nice . . .
It is based on the model made by Pashley in the 1930s but is equipped with modern components, (either single speed or internal hub 3 speed).
I want one, but at £800 I am afraid that it is not ever going to happen, even if I had the money.
I am attempted to make a passable copy for under £50, using scavenged, swapped and Ebay parts. . . I failed but it is still a bargain bike eventually costing £111.07.
This guide is straightforward step by step but for a more comprehensive explanation of the thought process please go to this version which is a day by day diary of the project' ups and downs.http://www.instructables.com/id/Assembling-a-path-racer-with-a-1930s-budget/