I stand corrected. The crank was introduced in 1958. Such a bike!
This is truly a gorgeous bike, and Cinellis have always been one of my favorites. You've done an amazing job with the restoration. I'm no expert, of course, but isn't this later than 1958? That model of Campi crank was just going out of production when I got my first new racing bike in 1970 (maybe 1969). It was replaced with the Nuovo Record with the smaller-diameter bolt pattern. I had the same rear der and hubs on the used Carlton I bought in 1968, so they could be several years older. The front der is newer, as the older Campi ones were the box-shapes. Again, I don't profess expertise, and I'd appreciate being corrected. Cheers, and thanks for posting this beauty!
the crank, is a model produced only in 1958, because by the covering caps, the hole for the pedals, which will disappear next year.
So even the rear derailleur, which has the unique feature of having a screw of the cable, which in previous and subsequent years, there has never been.
The front derailleur also of 58, part of a group presented by Campagnolo Record with the ability to use the small chainring.
There are , 2 little imperfection :
1 a little difference of the front and rear rims , becouse I dont' have found the same models , all are NISI rims , fron 36 , rear 40 , as original . but a little difference od kind .
And the 2, the seat post are from 1 or 2 years to late , the original have bolt instead of allen for the saddle regulation.
sorry for my bad english