The front triangle is finished on Allie's bike and tomorrow I will be swinging by Shappiro (amazingly cool metal shop) to pick up the steel for the rear triangle. As the rear dropouts are completely custom I am going to have to fabricate them myself which should not be that difficult just a little time consuming to get something that looks decent.
In the pictures I have the seattube almost three times as long as it really needs to be. To get the frame to work with my jig I had to cut it almost eight inches longer than the five inches I needed it to be. When I have finished brazing the frame together I will shorten the seattube to the correct length. I might even cut it a little longer and do a test ride and leave it as long as possible