The frame looks like it's from the mid 1980s or later, but the Brooklyn Gios team ran from 1973 to 1977, according to:http://www.gios.it/history/
The frames would have had a flat crown and cable routing above the BB shell, amongst other differences.
I did say that it was an Evolution frame which was mid 80's to today as you can still buy them from Gios from either of the 2 owners of the name.
For me the Gios Torino is the top of my list of icon racing bikes along with Pantani's Bianchi, and the Flandria bikes of many famous Belgian cyclists,
The Brooklyn team of Roger and Eric de vlaeminck changed the way that cycling was thought of and took it to the level we have today. My bike is my way of saying thanks to them both for all the times we raced against each other on road and cross, and it looks sooo cool parked against a wall !! It is my interpretation of Rogers bike, nothing more nothing less.
rides like a dream too.