Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Portland OR
Bikes: 61 Bianchi Specialissima 71 Peugeot G50 7? P'geot PX10 74 Raleigh GranSport 75 P'geot UO8 78? Raleigh Team Pro 82 P'geot PSV 86 P'geot PX 91 Bridgestone MB0 92 B'stone XO1 97 Rans VRex 92 Cannondale R1000 94 B'stone MB5 97 Vitus 997
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Peugeot bicycles were made and sold in Europe until around 2000 I think. The brand has relaunched now, there is a tasty retro roadie on their website.
Anyway, in the US a 1990's vintage steel road bike that isn't an exalted brand (think: Italian) or covered with Campagnolo isn't worth a ton - $200 to $500, fairly dependent on components. Too new to be vintage, too old to be modern, not carbon fiber and not sub-18 lb, just a by-roadie-standards-obsolete bike. I imagine your Peugeot is in the same position over there in the UK. Now, if the bike were in the US it might fetch more as a sort of curio piece, since the US market hasn't seen a new Peugeot since way back when.