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'84 Peugeot PH10LE

Old 06-06-17, 11:26 PM
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'84 Peugeot PH10LE

I bought it new in '85 and restored it to show room condition last year. After a 20 year hiatus from riding I'm back in the saddle. Not looking to sell but just curious if it's worth any thing more than the $190 I paid for it 33 years ago.
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Old 06-07-17, 03:11 AM
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Welcome to the Bike Forums Jon.

My immediate guess is that the bicycle is worth more than $190.00 in today's vintage bicycle market, how much more I can't say without seeing some good quality pictures of the bike, itself. So...

Send us some pictures, we love to view the work of others, sometimes with envy, I might add. Also, those pictures will help with any attempts at appraisal.

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This is all I have right now. It's a 25" frame. Still has the RIGIDA rim stickers intact. One is visible on the front wheel in the pic at the 6:00 position.
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As-is, the bike might be worth about what you paid, so I agree, about 190 - 200 bucks.
I noticed that you upgraded it quite a bit, but the upgrades do not really make the value of the bike appreciate that much if it does at all, as the Carbolite 103 frame was pretty much base line in Peugeot's sport bike model line.
Best thing with the PH10 is owning and riding one as it provides a very stable but also very lively ride.
I owned one in the 80's (1982 model, also modded up) and I can still say that it had one of the best rides of all the bikes I have owned. It also looked beautiful with its pearl white paint and classic Peugeot checker graphics.
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