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Old 09-04-09, 06:20 PM   #1
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Please appraisal/ID...another Peugeot Road Bike

It's a 64cm frame and seller is asking for $240. Make sense?









It's a 64cm frame and seller is asking for $240. Make sense?

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Old 09-04-09, 07:59 PM   #2
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anyone?
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Too much. In real money thats a $75-100 bike.
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The seller has been smoking something... I can buy old Pugs for less than $75.00 here all the time.
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Oh wow. Thanks!
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For an old approx. 1970 Peugeot, not more than $75. For $240 plus he must be smoking something.
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Stamped dropouts, cottered steel crank - it would have to be somehow special and collectible to be worth more than $100. This one isn't.

That's my math, anyway.
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Stamped dropouts, cottered steel crank - it would have to be somehow special and collectible to be worth more than $100. This one isn't.

That's my math, anyway.
Actually, well maintained A0/U0 series Peugeots have been bringing good money if they're all original and in good to excellent condition. I've seen a bunch over the $200 mark, they're so many of them out there thats its only a matter of time before a decent ones available.
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It would have to come with a $200 parts bike, also, for me to buy a 64cm bike, one thing, and one of that quality, another. Not a lot of 6'6" riders around here, and those that are tend not to want a bike like that.
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