I won this Peugeot at a recent auction (see photos).
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Based on the Reynolds 531 decals on the seat tube and forks, chrome plated stay and fork tips, Stronglight cranks and chainwheels, Stronglight "Competition" headset, Lyotard pedals, Berelli Course stem, and Simplex seat post, I think I have a PX-10. I think the Peugeot decals/stickers on the head tube, down tube, and seat tube and plain lugs place the bike manufacturing year in the 1970-73 timeframe. Does this seem correct?
Non-original parts appear to be F/R Shimano 105 derailleurs and shifters (6 cogs), F/R Dia-Compe brakes and levers, Phil Wood hubs, Weinmann rims, and a ripped up seat. Sure would like to know about the life of this bike!
I'd like to bring this bike back to its former glory. Any suggestions for an doing an acceptable job of restoring this bike besides a thorough cleaning, inspection, re-lube, and replacement of non-original parts with those similar to or same as the originals?
All advice and criticism welcome!