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I presume it's 1962 vintage. Never seen another one, any info,on this model appreciated.
Iv had this bike for 20 years had the frame resprayed 20 years ago. It's been in my garage ever since . Decided its time I put it together , lost front wheel along the way. Anyone no where I can get one , was painted rim.
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Just bought myself a Malvern star exercise bike, this is a genuine 2 star made by Malvern star.
I have 2 lots of serial number from it, i would love an estimate of age.
It's blue with some remaining Malvern star graphics (sticker type)
My guess is that it's late 1960's to mid 70's
23972 stamped on seat post tube .
2 star factory frame 4189 stamped on rh dropout.
Any other info on these would be great fully received
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