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Good day mam/sir

I found a vintage road bike at my grandfather's backyard. I'm not sure what I should do with it since I don't have any information/knowledge about it. I hope someone could spare a little bit of time to take a look at the bike and share some information/knowledge you might have with it. 

1) I know its rusty but i tried riding on it and it still holds together. Is it possible to take off the rust?
2) How would I know the brand or manufacturer of the bike? any specific part of the bike I could take a look at to determine the brand/manufacturer?


Any information/knowledge/advice with this bike would be highly appreciated! Thank you!

Attached below is the image of the bike

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