Sadly, I think the Olmo has seen one winter too many to bring it back to life. It still rides ok, but the frame is rusty all over, and the components are rusty/ filthy.
The Blue Colnago Super I think is circa 1981/82, but looks to have had a respray at some stage which isn't ideal. It has a 1A stem, Cinelli Bars, and San Marco Seat. It still has Campy Record Mech, and Campy Veloce Brakes kit on it, which are is in pretty good condition and will clean up well.
The Austro Daimler Super Leight has not seen much use, and should clean up lovely. I think I will strip off the 1A stem, post, and Campag Crank, and clean up the frame to see how it looks.
The 1960's Cinelli Track frame is in very good condition. It has the original era steel drop track bars too.
The Blue Master Olympic was the usual summer bike for the last 7/8 years. It was very well looked after, and in great condition. This has been given to one of his friends who owned it before he did. It will continue to be ridden
I know nothing about the 'Flying Scot' frame. Anyone know about these?
There is 2 other bikes under the house that are unbranded, beyond saving, and ready for the tip.
There is a good condition early/mid 80's complete Raleigh BMX (Skyway?/ Burner?) that I haven't looked properly at yet.
A Sunn MTB, which is only about 2 years old, and hardly ridden. It's another one that I haven't looked at properly yet, as the older stuff is more interesting
The Rabobank Colnago is now 90% built. Just a bit of cleaning, bar tape to go on, etc. I'll post up pics in the next few days.