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....
Hachioji Tokyo Japan
<email@example.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.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?
> Scott Smith