The very rare--- and thus valuable "Miller HL" FD.
This Campagnolo groupo only appeared for a few months in 2003 and was only sold in Milwaukee to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Miller High Life. The reason for this partnership revolved around Miller claiming it was the "Champagne" of beers, which the French, and thus Huret and Simplex, never took kindly to. Because of this Tulio spotted an opportunity to capitalize upon bike racers and beer connoisseurs going hand in hand. Why be a bike snob and only drink French wine!?! American beer and Italian bike components were a match made in heaven.
And you wonder why I gave up on church.......
You know it's going to be a good day when the stem and seatpost come right out.
I thought all us Campy guys drank fancy Euro beer.
Wait, wait, I know the answer, I know the answer.
It's a Chorus.
'50s Leon Cattrysse - '72 Canadian Tire Company Supercycle - '74 Raleigh International - '83 Nishiki Cresta - '84 Trek 770
'84 Centurion Turbo - '86 v. Herwerden (Chesini) - '87 Specialized Sirrus - '88 Trek 2000 - '92 Schwinn Paramount Series 30
Enough already. It's a 1994 Stratos FD.
I'm pretty sure it's a Campagnolo, made in Italy.