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Old 08-15-03, 06:33 PM
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It sounds a little late for me... check the bottom of the bottom bracket shell for the serial number, however. Often this contains the model number and the year of manufacture. For instance, the serial # on my UO10 is 0737006. The seven digits indicate the bike was built in the seventies. Eight digits indicates and eighties bike. After the serial number, there is a model number: UO104 63 which indicates the bike is a 1976 UO10. Later Peugeots were built in Canada, and I'm not sure if the serial number is placed the same on them. Decal schemes can also be used to place the bike.

If there is a serial/model number, post it and I'll see if I can make heads or tails of it. Don't know that I can, I'm pretty failable.
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