Re: [CR]Galmozzi Mania!


Example: Framebuilding

From: "Takao Noda" <tanoda@d1.dion.ne.jp>
To: <Roadgiant@cs.com>, "Classic Bike List" <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
References: <46AC3895.1F4D5F5B.0348F0A1@cs.com>
Subject: Re: [CR]Galmozzi Mania!
Date: Tue, 14 May 2002 23:55:51 +0900


Congratulations! As far as I know , you are the 3rd Galmozzi owner among list members. Other 2 are Chuck Schmidt and I.
   Formerly I asked Angelo Galmozzi about the availability of decals and he denied it. I have a few sets but sorry they are for my future possible projects. Seeing the obscure photos on e-Bay, I did not think it would need repaint. Could you be satisfied with some paint touch up?
   I will be very happy if you send me some photos of details of the frame and give me criticism of the frame, compared with Masi, Cinelli, Pogliaghi....
                         Takao Noda
                Hachioji Tokyo Japan


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To: "Sheldon Brown" ; ""Mark A. Perkins""


<bicyclemark@juno.com>; <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org> Sent: Tuesday, May 14, 2002 10:56 AM Subject: [CR]Galmozzi Mania!


> Hi all,
> Just came into a '74 Galmozzi (Campagnolo parts dated '73) It's brown with long point cut-out lugs, crhome fork crown, Campy tips and Columbus tubing. BB has 4 neat holes in the underside. It has NR parts with the exception of a clamp-type alloy seatpost (with a crumbling Wright leather saddle) and Universal 68 brakes.
> I'm going to need to find replacement hoods for the brake levers and original brake pads along with 3 Campagnolo top tube cable clips and a proper saddle. Anyone have an old Brooks Pro for sale that would fit the time period? Also, this frame is going to need a repaint, so any guess on the availability of the decals?

> Thanks,

> Scott Smith

> LA