Track/pista frames are not included in this registry. A 'Tipo Rondine' decal may or may not appear on some older Olmo bikes, and refers to the Agrati AM lugs, with 'rondine' meaning 'swallow.' Some older Olmos have the ornate Agrati lugs which Emilio Bozzi sold as Brianza sportiva lugs; the accompanying Agrati rear dropouts are stamped with a scalloped back. Campagnolo crank arms have a date code starting in 1973, consisting of a diamond (1970's) or circle (1980's) with a number in the center denoting the last digit of the year of manufacture, and then in 1985-9 with square and number in the center: 11 = 1985, 21 = 1986, 31 = 1987, 41 = 1988, 51 = 1989 plus some other examples. after the year of an Olmo in this registry designates uncertainty about its year or range of years.
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.
This Olmo serial number registry records dated bike parts or provenance, to attempt correlating a serial number to a year or year range. Serial numbers are stamped on the seat lug on older bikes, or on the bottom bracket underside on later bikes (sometimes matched by a serial number on the fork steerer tube).
Shenandoah guitars were usually given the model number of the Martin guitar they resembled, superseded by the number 32.
For instance, the Shenandoah D-1832, is a D-18 copy, the D-2832, a D-28 copy and so on. The D-6032 which was made using Birdseye maple, the D-6732 which was Quilted Ash.
These numbers correspond with Martin's standard serial number listing which applies to Martin guitars as well. Martin Shenandoah's are subject to the same warranty guidelines as other Martin guitars.
I have written an article which details sources for determining instrument's value here.