The hubs are NOS Campagnolo and they have the old logo, perhaps first generation. Block chain. It also has a Campagnolo bb. I bought the bike real cheap off eBay as a fixie and everything was shot. It was painted god awful green and yellow. The seller didn’t know it was a Gloria frame. The integrated headset races in the head tube were brindled and had been reamed and a modern headset was jury rigged upside down in it. The fork tube was bent. A large frame vintage track bike is rare. The frame was dented and not true so a frame builder put in a modern head tube, new rear track ends as the originals were worn out. I was happy he had a replacement pair the same as the originals. He took out the dents, put in a new fork tube and did a track alignment. It’s a Franken bike, but with period components. It’s fast. So I saved it and tried to make it as much like it might have looked originally. Too bad it was missing all the original components. But it’s a Gloria frame and it’s still being ridden.Very nice indeed! Love the details on this one. German Union ( I think) track pedals? Has the frame etc., Been re - nickel plated? Another great bike!
Here is the green color that was on it when purchased, as well as the bent fork tube. By this stage I had removed the rattle can paint from the frame so I could see what I had. That ET tubing was the best back then.I like it even more now ! Old track frames sure get a beating. Your description of the frame resurrection , parts sourced, etc, those are the things that gives the bike it's spirituality! My opinion, Your mileage may vary!!