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    Peugeot ID?

    Ive spent a few days trying to ID the Peugeot road bike I bought off craigslist.

    I think its a 80s PGN10 or PG10
    Thoughts? Facts?

    501 Reynolds frame
    501 fork stamped with the Peugeot lion
    maillard helocomatic hubs, mavic rims (not sure model)
    sachs huret front derailleur (rear was shimano tourney, but I don't think that's stock
    weinmann 405 brakes

    Paint scheme
    Grey
    lion headtube
    rainbow stripes toptube and seat tube
    checkerboard on downtube
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    Nothing? no one?

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    Looks like a 1985 pgn 10, I had one, very nice riding frame, new enough that it has a standard english bottom bracket, etc., so easy to put on newer parts if you want.

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    One of my favorite bikes. I don't know if photo distortion or what, the photos you provided are small, but check the front fork or tubes leading to the steering tube to make sure all are straight. Your front tire looks abnormally close to the down tube relative my bike below.

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    It does look the OP's bike could have a bent fork......

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    Bending the fork back moved the tire closer to the brake.

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