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    kj_
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    Need help identiying my Peugeot

    I bought this bike for $100 last week. I bought it off a guy who bought it new in 1982. He only rode it a couple dozen times and it's never been in the rain. It's been in his apartment for 28 years. It's all original...even the michelin rubber is original...and it still has full tread. It has zero rust and the chrome gleams like new. I'm not selling it, it's going to be my city commuter bike. I was wondering what model it was. It was made in Canada and some parts were made in France. Any help would be appreciated.
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    Lanterne Rouge cb400bill's Avatar
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    Could be a UO6.
    Laterally stiff yet vertically compliant.

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    Canadian made model have different nomenclature than US models but its of the UO9 variety.
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    Ah, the memories. That's pretty much a dead ringer for my first road bike.

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