Old 09-23-12, 02:01 AM
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Looks to be one of Peugeot's entry level models, either a Club or a Sport. I have owned several Sports and a couple of Clubs. The bikes weigh in the neighborhood of 30 pounds. They will offer a recreational ride quality, at best but riding the bikes is both fun and rewarding, providing one does not expect too much in the performance arena.

As for value, that would depend on many things, few of which have been shared in this thread. With that in mind, if buying to own, $100 to $150 is not unreasonable. If buying to flip, forget it. $100 would be way too much to pay. You can learn more about how to determine an old bike's value by looking through Vintage Bicycle Value, if you are interested. You might also want to spend a moment looking at some of the qualities presented by the Peugeot Sport model...

Hope that is a help.
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