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Old 04-01-14, 10:24 PM   #1
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1973 peugeot bicycle pr 10

How much approximately would this bike be worth? It's pretty close to mint condition. It's Reynolds 531 with Stronglight gear and the original pump and Mavic MA 40 wheels.
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Do you mean PX10? Without detailed and clear photos, it is impossible to give any meaningful FMV. Some go for as low as $25 and on rare occassion $900. Best to take them outdoors and provide a link to photo hosting site.
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No, I mean PR-10. Here is a link that is almost identical to the bike I have: 1973 Peugeot PR-10 - Pedal Room
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Value Of Peugeot PR-10?
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With the mixed none original components but nice components only $250-300. If it was original or rebuilt with appriate matching components it would be worth a $100-150 mor.e
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With the mixed none original components but nice components only $250-300. If it was original or rebuilt with appriate matching components it would be worth a $100-150 mor.e
i can't agree with this assessment.

the pr10 was very low end, with straight gauge 531 triangle and the hi-ten fork and stays. 100% ride ready and original, youre looking at $150 max imho.
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i can't agree with this assessment.

the pr10 was very low end, with straight gauge 531 triangle and the hi-ten fork and stays. 100% ride ready and original, youre looking at $150 max imho.
Every PR/PK I've seen was 531 double butted in the main triangle.

I'd prefer to see the bike prior to making a valuation, as the term "mint" is used loosely in the vintage bicycle world.
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Every PR/PK I've seen was 531 double butted in the main triangle.

I'd prefer to see the bike prior to making a valuation, as the term "mint" is used loosely in the vintage bicycle world.
Most "mint" examples I would place as "good used".
Sometimes where there is visible rust on frame/fork chrome and small parts... I just figured at one time it was mint.

I would view mint as near showroom condition, no visible wear on tires or drivetrain, no noticeable blemishes.

A Peugeot PR bike from the mid 70's should have 531 DB on the main triangle. The swapping out of rims or wheels will hurt the value as a collectable, but Mavic MA series rims will function well. No size was mentioned but that has a significant effect on the value.
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