You should be able to source appropriate Shimano or Suntour front and rear mechanisms for sensible money and wheels too.
Ditto gear levers.
Just make sure your rear wheel is suitable for the width of the frame - measure between the rear dropouts (slots where the axle goes), which determines the wheel/hub width - I guess it'll be either 120mm or 125mm.
Weinmann brakes would be fine, they're good brakes but aren't regarded as"sexy"so are easily and cheaply bought - many vintage bike components are overlooked because of snobbery.
Have a trawl through ebay to get some ideas, then put a wants ad on here - there will be plenty of help.
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