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NOT ORIGINAL DECALS: head tube and seat tube decals are Olmo 'Lazy L' star logo.
OLMO with red background on left side of top tube is unfamiliar on other Olmos.
) REPAINTED DATING: Probably the Special model due to stamped dropouts.
First generation Campagnolo alloy cotterless crank with dust caps on the back side of the pedal threading, was produced in 1958, and then the crankarms changed in 1959 to longer threads and no caps; Looks like it has the Campagnolo Gran Sport rear derailleur. Olmo city bike pasqi.it2014/e Bay: Swallow rondine lugs with no seat lug side slot; chrome head lugs and fork crown; Agrati stamped dropouts with scalloped backs; pump peg behind seat tube ORIGINAL PARTS: looks all original including Olmo headset and seat post clamp DECALS: probably TIPO RONDINE at top of down tube; V under Olympic rings on each side of forks under the fork crown; On seat tube, Olympic ring color bands with Olmo decal like the Olmo head badge; downtube decal looks like the Olmo head badge; on chainguard, OLMO on white oblong background with red outline Serial Number E106 1960-1961?
Olmo [Gran Sport / Professional Regular] Roger Barrett: Swallow rondine lugs with no seat lug side slot.
"frame with finish kaput, no transfers, Agrati "AM" lugset, Campagnolo 1010 ends, semi-sloping crown w/horizontal groove in outer side and reinforcement tangs. Ambrosio Champion steel stem and Ambrosio Champion alloy bar.
Original decals are present but very worn..." ORIGINAL PARTS: OLMO seat post collar DECALS: OLMO shield on red and gold chromovelato panels with four color bands on seat tube; Olmo shield in color panel with bands on down tube; Olympic rings with Olmo star decal at top of fork legs above a gold chromovelato panel; Olympic rings with Olmo star decal on top of downtube; CAMBIO CAMPAGNOLO winged wheel on upper seat tube; OLMO shield on top and OLMO ovals on each side with gold and red chromovelato panels on front of top tube; MADE IN ITALY at top of seat tube DATING: With a chromovelato finish, would be the Gran Sport or Professional models. Has the Campagnolo Sport sprung pivot derailleur hole in the right rear dropout, which is 1952 Serial Number D437 1960 Olmo [Professional Deluxe] Rodolfo Aguirre: Campagnolo drop outs ORIGINAL PARTS: "... If a chromovelato finish was the top model, then this was probably the Gran Sport / Professional Regular model. Olmo [Gran Sport / Professional Regular] brian304/e Bay: Swallow rondine lugs with no seat lug side slot; Agrati "AM" lugset; Campagnolo 1010 dropouts; chrome stay ends, fork ends and crown, head lugs REPAINTED ORIGINAL PARTS: Magistroni crankset; Campagnolo Gran Sport derailleurs and shifters (rear derailleur without cable housing adjuster); Campagnolo hubs; Olmo headset and seat post collar; Balilla brakes, Ambrosio stem and handlebars; Fiamme rims DATING: if a chromovelato finish was the top model, then this was probably the Gran Sport / Professional Regular model.
everything Campagnolo with the exception of the BB, which is Magistroni ... Has the Campagnolo Sport sprung pivot derailleur hole in the right rear dropout, which is 1952 Serial Number D827 1960?
Olmo [Professional Deluxe] Rydor Bike Shop: Swallow rondine lugs with no seat lug side slot; chrome head lugs, seatlug and bottom bracket; chrome forks; chrome panel on seat tube; red chromovelato BRAZE-ONS: top tube brake cable ORIGINAL PARTS: "first generation Campagnolo alloy cotterless crank set ...