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This Olmo Serial Number Dating Registry records Olmos with original dated bike parts or provenance, and sometimes only with decals, in order to attempt correlating an Olmo serial number to a year or year range. Absence of a question mark means there is some certainty about a bike's year or a range of years, established by parts dating, provenance, etc., or by preceding or following dated bikes. Love to go museums, theatre, love reading and classical music.. My I come from asian country, i am here in cyprus for work and i love working far my country, i am friendly person i am simple person 5'3 height and slim i am looking a person who has good heart, kind, honest, and I am vikas kumar from India but now I am studying in Cyprus. I want travel to all over the world My height is 6 feet and my body type is athletic and I like simple clothes IIm a simple person loving caring sweet, responsible mother and spend my time for my online buss. Perhaps not conclusive, but I do believe this bike dated to around 1958 based on the crankset, the BB with pressed on bearing shoulders on the spindle, and hubs. It had Weinmann 999 brakes, Magistroni HS, Ambrosio Champion bar/stem. Campy seatpost and pedals." Campagnolo high flange "no record" hubs DATING: Probably the PROFESSIONAL DELUXE model. Owner: "My uncle says he bought it in the late 50s... Olmo [Gran Sport / Professional Regular] Wesley Hatakeyama: "The C on the Campagnolo rear dropouts is an open C," "a hole on the derailleur hanger for the Campy Sport Derailleur" "Olmo headbadge, Campagnolo Dropouts" "Purchased from an original owner, but not complete. No wheels or brake levers." DECALS: "No decals visible." DATING: if a chromovelato finish was the top model, then this was probably the Gran Sport / Professional Regular model. Olmo [Gran Sport / Professional Regular] bmx_warehouse1/e Bay: Swallow rondine lugs with no seat lug side slot; Agrati "AM" lugset; Campagnolo 1010 ends; chrome stay ends, fork ends, head lugs, seat tube panel, and front of top tube PARTS: Magistroni bottom bracket DECALS: OLMO in Red Oblong Outline decals with OLMO on top tube; Olympic rings with Olmo star decal at top of fork legs and top of downtube; CAMBIO CAMPAGNOLO winged wheel on upper seat tube; OLMO shield on red and gold chromovelato panels with four color bands on seat tube; MADE IN ITALY at top of seat tube DATING: if a chromovelato finish was the top model, then this was probably the Gran Sport / Professional Regular model.Think I still have these hubs, again I could mis-remember, but think they had CAM 58 on the lock nuts. Cant recall the pedals." DECALS: OLMO in Red Oblong Outline on downtube, edged in bands; On seat tube, there are bands but is missing the Olmo shield; MADE IN ITALY at top of seat tube; TIPO RONDINE at top of downtube; Olympic rings with Olmo star decal at top of fork legs DATING: if a chromovelato finish was the top model, then this was probably the Gran Sport / Professional Regular model. Olmo [Gran Sport / Professional Regular] Chip Duckett: Open C chrome Campagnolo dropouts ORIGINAL PARTS: "appears all original absent wheels..C (Campagnolo) Gran Sport FD and RD with adjuster barrel... Campy locknuts do say 58." Has the Campagnolo Sport sprung pivot derailleur hole in the right rear dropout, which is 1952 Serial Number D352 1959? Campy head set" DECALS: "Olmo decal in the front" DATING: Probably the PROFESSIONAL DELUXE model. I am assuming this frame set is from the late 50s." ORIGINAL PARTS: "Olmo branded steel seat post collar. Campagnolo Gran Sport drivetrain and Magistroni Cranks, first generation GS pedals and 2nd Generation GS headset with domed nut (many people here in the US thinks this is the first generation, but there are no "seals" on the bearing races). 2nd generation Campagnolo Gran Sport pedals with longer threads and no o-ring came out in 1959. Has the Campagnolo Sport sprung pivot derailleur hole in the right rear dropout, which is 1952 Serial Number D622 1960?Olmo city bike ORIGINAL PARTS: Olmo branded handlebars and stem, brake levers, crankset, hubs, headset, seat post collar. ]; Pump pegs on back of seat tube; Chainguard mount on rear of right chainstay.

Fender mounts on lower seatstays and fork blades ORIGINAL PARTS: Balilla Brevattato brakes; Magistroni Senior five pin crankset with single chainring. Italia saddle" 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 [Gran Sport / Professional Regular] Roger Barrett: Swallow rondine lugs with no seat lug side slot.

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