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    vintage peugoet road bike and vintage brooks professional

    Just picked up this vintage peugoet and vintage brooks saddle.

    The bike needs lots of work but the frame is in good shape. What is the value of the frame vs. complete bike once refurbished with all new consumables? size is 52cm. I love the lugs. Any idea what model it is... I'm not good with peugeot.

    also got a vintage brooks professional good shape some cracking on the top but no tears around the rivets. What it worth? I sell new brooks saddle but I'm not sure what to ask for a vintage one.

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    I'd say the Brooks would fetch anywhere from $40 to $60.

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    hard to tell if there's a lot of sag from that angle, but, assuming there isn't, that's about where I'd put it too.
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    Not sure what model, but looks to be lower-end judging by the stem shifters, dropouts, and is that a steel cottered crankset? All nice and cleaned up I'd say you could get about $150. Possibly $200 but I think that's pushing it.
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    That what I figured... I can probably get $165 out of the puegeot once refurbished with new tires, tube, cables, and bar tape. Yes cranks are steel cottered.

    The brooks does not have any sag and I already have a friend who want to buy it for $40. thanks for the input.

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