Ambrosio Montreal Medaille d'Or  (Report Pending)
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Category:  Rims
Name:  Ambrosio Montreal Medaille d'Or
Brand:  Ambrosio
Model:  Montreal Medaille d'Or
Years:  1976 - ?
Country:  Italy
Weight:  430 grams
Added By: CV-6 on 01/16/08
Updated By: Concor on 05/29/15
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Rim Type TubularMaterialAluminum
Rim Size700c (622 mm)Spoke Drillings32; 36
Label MarkingsAmbrosio Montreal Medaille d'Or -Made In Italy "Made In Europe" at valve holeValve DrillingPresta
Rim Height (mm)10Rim Outer Width (mm)20
EyeletsDoubleSeam Joint Welded
FinishBlack; Hard Anodized; Polished  
Wheel Lacing Data
Rim Size 700cERD 618mm
General Information
These rims were reportedly designed/marketed/named for the 1976 Montreal Olympics.  Possibly available in other finishes. 
Reported By:Rickyroule
Report Date:6/1/2015
Report Reason:Incorrect Content, They had been made first for the 1974 World Championship, I believe.
Outstanding Report Submitted  
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Brand Information(click to expand)
 Ambrosio is still in business today as 3ttt.

The Ambrosio trademark is also being used by a UK company that produces components and accessories using the 1980's logo. 
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