Hi Reinster and welcome to the slippery slope that is Retrobike, but by the look of our pictures you are a qualified entrtant
Love your bikes, both of them "off the beaten path" models, but me thinks of high quality. I remember the Rombo from BITD as a leading Dutch MTB mafgazine included one in a group test and I saw one in the flesh just that same month. I can;t tell from your pictures, byt the one I saw had a very "Italian" funky multi coloured paint job.
And I was watching the Look frame too, nearly bidding against you but decided 3 frames "waiting" is enough
it was a great deal you got there.
As for Oslo, I've been there a few times for work, few days each trip. LOve Oslo too, it's a bit like Amsterdam less tons of low rent schtuff. Two Biking impressions: All Mountain and gravity bikes on the back of 4x4s climbing up the Holmenkollen and, proper retro, a lovely Klein Adroit in Koi (orange and yellow linear fade) parked outside a delicatesse near the Parliament.
The Klein was more than remarkable: very clean, Spinergy 4 spokes, and ... no kidding, a trailer with kiddies seats.
Common sense was never common
28h silver rear Suntour hub
32h Ritchey champagne WCS front hub