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Old 02-13-12, 10:53 PM   #1
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seeking PEUGEOT Vagabond or similar touring bike or cross bike

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I collect Peugeots and need a canal cruiser----anything with 27 inch or 700 wheels and cantis will do ...
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You're not the only one on the lookout for an authentic peugeot tourer.
If you list your location in your profile details it may help with people locating bikes close to you.
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seeking PEUGEOT Vagabond or similar touring bike or cross bike
Hi

I collect Peugeots and need a canal cruiser----anything with 27 inch or 700 wheels and cantis will do ...
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+1 to that, but send it here.....I've got cash
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Old 02-18-12, 05:28 AM   #4
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Hi All

I'm the original poster----located around Washington DC but also often in Philadelphia area ...and I would travel for the right bike!
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Old 02-18-12, 08:16 AM   #5
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Hi All

I'm the original poster----located around Washington DC but also often in Philadelphia area ...and I would travel for the right bike!

Washington DC? When you said your looking for a "canal cruiser" I automatically thought of the South West and the All American Canal system
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Old 02-20-12, 07:34 PM   #6
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C&O Canal from Wash DC is great

55 to Harpers Ferry WV

184 to Cumberland MD, which i want to do in 15 hrs

And 300ish to Pittsburgh

And canals north of Trenton NJ too near where i grew up

I.'ll google the all american

Nice 55cm Pista on Dc craigslist lately

I have the same bike in 52 but 55 would be better
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Old 02-21-12, 12:09 AM   #7
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Washington DC? When you said your looking for a "canal cruiser" I automatically thought of the South West and the All American Canal system
A brief aside as I've lived in New Mexico for years. What's the "All American Canal system"? Do mean acequias (which is an irrigation system)?

Edit - googled it. Interesting, it's near Yuma...
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