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DECALS: no decals; painted blue DATING: Owner: "Sport model, 1889 on the seat tube and 17 under the bottom bracket" Serial Number UT 6275 1945 Olmo city bike [Industria Argentina] German via coventryeagle48/Flickr: Swallow rondine lugs with no seat lug side slots; chrome head lugs, fork crown, fork ends, stay ends and dropouts DECALS: Olmo in script on downtube; "Industria Argentina" under Olympic rings at top of downtube; "Campionato Italiano Diletta Iti 1942/43" on seat tube; OLMO under Olympic rings on forks under fork crown and also at transition between paint and chrome on fork legs; OLMO oval on seat tube Serial Number A327 1950s? Olmo city bike cicli2d/e Bay: Swallow rondine lugs with no seat lug side slot; internal routing of top tube brake cable; Agrati dropouts; chrome head lugs, fork crown, stay ends and dropouts ORIGINAL PARTS: Olmo city handlebars; Olmo seat post collar; Olmo crankarms; Universal brakes Serial Number C505 1958? Gran Sport ders with open-C shifters, Campy headset with a groove cut on the outside ... 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 at top of fork legs and at top of down tube; CAMBIO CAMPAGNOLO winged wheel on seat tube; OLMO shield decal 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.Olmo pepperbelly/bikeforums.net: Swallow rondine lugs with seat lug side slot; open C Campagnolo dropouts; chrome head and seat lugs; chrome stay ends; chrome fork ORIGINAL PARTS: Olmo headset REPAINTED DATING: Open C Campagnolo dropouts date to the 1950s. Olmo [Gran Sport / Professional Regular] Roger Barrett: Swallow rondine lugs with seat lug side slot; "Complete machine, nearly all original. Campagnolo 1010 dropouts." ORIGINAL PARTS: "Ambrosio Champion steel stem and Ambrosio Champion alloy bar. Campagnolo Record seat pillar" DATING: Probably the Gran Sport / Professional Regular model since it was not a chromovelato finish. Olmo [Gran Sport / Professional Regular] Sparkee Bartee/Steel is Real FB: Swallow rondine lugs with no seat lug side slot; Campagnolo horizontal dropouts; chrome head lugs and seat lug ORIGINAL PARTS: Olmo headset and seat post clamp REPAINTED DATING: if a chromovelato finish was the top model, then this was probably the Gran Sport / Professional Regular model. Olmo [Gran Sport / Professional Regular] Michael Levy/CR: Swallow rondine lugs with no seat lug side slot; Campagnolo dropouts; chrome head and seat lugs; chrome fork crown; chrome fork tips and seat and chain stay ends; chrome seat tube band BRAZE-ONS: none ORIGINAL PARTS: Olmo headset and seat post clamp; Campagnolo Gran Sport derailleurs; Campagnolo seatpost and shifters; Magistroni 3-pin steel crankset; Balilla Brevattato sidepull brakes REPAINTED? OLMO I believe it is a Professional Regular Road Racing model." Serial Number D312 1958-1959? 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... 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 D763 1960?OLMO with red background on left side of top tube is unfamiliar on other Olmos.Bike has later Olmo decals added on seat tube, top tube, and down tube. Olmo [Rondine] jjokcha/e Bay: Swallow rondine lugs with no seat lug side slots; chrome head lugs and fork crown; chrome stay and fork ends; Campagnolo Cambio Corsa dropouts and fork ends; no top tube brake cable braze-ons; 5558 stamped on side of seat tube below seat lug [cannot see if there's a serial number stamped behind the seat lug; seller says the frame size is 56 cm] DECALS: Head badge and seat tube decal with Olmo 'Lazy L' star logo; OLMO in white block letters within white oblong outline on downtube Cannot see Serial Number 1948 Olmo [Rondine] Swallow rondine lugs with no seat lug side slots; chrome head lugs and fork crown; chrome stay and fork ends; Campagnolo Cambio Corsa dropouts and fork ends; no top tube brake cable braze-ons REPAINTED Serial Number 108 1950s? Olmo Sport Guillermo Pelegrina//docbilly/bikeforums.net: Swallow rondine lugs with no seat lug side slots; seat post clamp bolt at front top side of seat lug; forged long horizontal Agrati dropouts with scalloped backs; Headbadge is Olmo 'Lazy L' star logo; shifter braze-on at front of top tube, with cable internal to top tube; generator/dynamo bracket on right front fork; [Rear brake cable runs inside top tube?Nisi Toro rims and Sheffield pedals." DECALS: "The seat tube decal looks like the head tube badge, no background...TIPO RONDINE on the down tube at the head lug" DATING: Don't know if it is the Special [stamped dropouts] or Gran Sport [forged dropouts] model.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; Serial Number E689 1961-1963?

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Olmo Rondine David Rapley/Racing Bicycles: 100 years of Steel, pp 100-101.Please tell me the serial number of your Olmo road bike, the parts that are original to the bike, particularly dated parts (see below), and link/provide photographs, so I can add it to this registry.



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