That is one of mine.
When I had a customer that wanted a Yo or BOI fork, but did not want to pay the upcharge for the teardrop tabs, Campy d/o's, or matching Fat paint, this was the standard build.
Straight Gauge .049 tubing, Nova tab droputs and canti posts, Dupont Alesta polyester black powdercoat. One of the easily identifiable features is that unlike the original forks, I would sand off the top plate/leg weld so that it was a smooth transition.
A lot of folks just wanted the vintage look and fit of the rigid fork, but were not interested in a full restoration piece...made quite a few of these through the years.