A desire to transmit the care and attention the Company gives to its sophisticated design and craftsmanship has led to the rise in new products that are destined to become symbolic of the Campagnolo lifestyle .
Might just be a second printing, but I have not seen anything else specific to 1988 for Record. Syncro Catalog identical in printings from November 1986 and February 1987. Delta Brakes are temporarily replaced with "dressed-up" the 50th Anniversary Super Record Brake calipers with a Cobalt-colored ("Cobalto" in Italian) gem instead of the gold badge on the center bolt.
This allows the cage to follow the gradient of the block as it shifts up and down. block, featuring light alloy cogs and body parts, was ridiculously expensive.
Above: the Record side-pull brake, from 1968, was lightyears ahead of everything else on the market at the time for stopping power, and were the only side-pulls which reliably stayed centered.
This clearly is when the component was made and not when the bike was made, but unless the component or bike manufacturer had lots of stock lying around in inventory, the date should be a fairly good indication of the year of the bike.
At least it would be the earliest date that the bike could have been made.