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Rare vintage Mirella 1970s 10-speed road bike - $1,200 (Downtown Ann Arbor)

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bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
brake type: caliper
condition: excellent
electric assist: none
frame size: 20-1/2 inches
handlebar type: drop
make / manufacturer: Mirella
suspension: none (rigid)
wheel size: other/unknown

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Super basement find - vintage high end frame and Campy components
Always temperature controlled storage
A spectacular connoisseur 10-speed bicycle with excellent pedigree: high end frame and components
For an enthusiast-rider who understands and appreciates the finer aspects of premier cycles.

Vintage Mirella, antique gold, circa early 1970s
22 pounds standing weight, 20-1/2 seat tube height
Floor to bracket 10-1/2 inches
Columbus tubing, double-butted, with chrome head tube lugs
Lower bottom bracket will allow this bike to roll - it’s black magic
3T stem and bar with Weinmann 500 caliper brakes
Weinmann concave rims, hardly any brake wear
Campagnolo Nuovo Record
Teledyne Titan bolt seat binder
Rasta tape job - cream, red and green
Turbo seat by Brand, leather covered nylon shell

Please contact us if you are looking for other materials from 1850 to 1970. We are lifelong collectors in a smoke-free home with many beautiful oddments and a huge collection of vintage hardware and woodwork. Click on “More ads by this user” under the circle map above to see all our current postings.

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