Based on the De Rosas I've seen, most of that frame's features look reasonable for a '74 or '75 although some small parts might have been replaced.
There were plenty of De Rosas from that era equipped with Cinelli stems, including Eddy's own bikes. The chrome fork is also fairly common, especially on nicer models like the Specialissima which could also be found with chromed lugs (and braze-ons).
Overall, a pretty nice De Rosa to have it it were your size. :-)
Tam Pham in glad-the-heatwave-is-over Huntington Beach, CA - USA
On 9/6/07, Brian Van Baush <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'm not sure if I believe the DeRosa on Ebay is a 1974 model based on the
> top tube braze-ons, the curved wheel quick release and the saddle. My guess
> would be a late 70's or an early 80's model, ....unless it was repainted and
> the top tube guides added.
> The pump script is early "De Rosa" but the decals don't seem to be.
> DeRosa was using 3TTT in the 70's too, not cinelli, and the chrome fork
> seems to make the frame a later model too. But I'm just making an
> assumption off the pics in Ebay.
> Brian Van Baush
> Anacortes, WA USA