I present to you two exceptional finds. A U. Dei from 1937 and a Legnano Roma from 1947. The U. Dei in particular is wonderfully preserved. Purchased before the war, it was hung in an attic and has remained there until today. Perfect painting and chrome plating, it was enough to disassemble it to be able to grease all the movements. Complete in everything, as it was purchased more than eighty years ago, after a consistent clean to remove the dust accumulated over time, it has returned to shine in its beautiful and elegant red-green livery. The legnano Roma instead, shows all the signs of the battles it has experienced. But precisely for this reason it has the charm of the lived and preserved. Complete in all its parts, it was only necessary to replace the brake levers, only one of the original was left, the other broken. Clean in its lines with the Campagnolo Corsa gearbox this bike represents an important piece of Italian cycling.
Umberto Dei Marca Oro 1937
Legnano Roma Cambio Corsa 1947