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Old 09-10-18, 06:26 AM
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Originally Posted by vintagerando View Post
Here is the link to the Frejus which I purchased with the Peugeot. Also, pics of the extra goodies that came with the lot.






Love that Frejus, and the fenders are wonderful. I would definitely keep them together. The Frejus is the kind of bike I love to restore, something that looks sort of hopeless, but has nice classic lines, details, and graphics. Keep us updated on the progress.
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I'd say the Frejus is his previous 67' bike.
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Check RD pulley cage for date code, this could help narrow down the age. I agree with others, bike looks to be from the late 60s - very very early 70s. If the white Simplex skewers cleanup good and are not damaged, you could probably sell them and recoup some of your cost.

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Anyone notice the tire adapter screwed onto the front derailleur bolt in the last photo of the Frejus.
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Anyone notice the tire adapter screwed onto the front derailleur bolt in the last photo of the Frejus.
I found a pair on the pedal cage bolts of a Frejus.
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You got some neat stuff there. I'd be tempted to keep both bikes but then again I'm a hoarder.
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Originally Posted by gbi View Post
Check RD pulley cage for date code, this could help narrow down the age. I agree with others, bike looks to be from the late 60s - very very early 70s. If the white Simplex skewers cleanup good and are not damaged, you could probably sell them and recoup some of your cost.
The mystery my be solved....the RD pulley is stamped "68".
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The mystery my be solved....the RD pulley is stamped "68".
Darn, that's a shame. Nobody wants a 1968 model, they're junk. I'll give you 50 bucks for it.
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Darn, that's a shame. Nobody wants a 1968 model, they're junk. I'll give you 50 bucks for it.
I got a good laugh from your post....today was a day i really needed a laugh too.
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I got a good laugh from your post....today was a day i really needed a laugh too.
Cool. Now that you're in a good mood, you'll take 75 bucks, right?
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Pretty cool lot of extras. MAFAC tool kit is real neat. Nice bike to.
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Nice finds as for dating the the Peugeot is a 70-72 as for paint they offered the deluxe blue most years the PX-10 was built. The Frejus is a 65-67 on of the last made by Frejus and in my opinion a way cooler find PX-10's are pretty common the best selling and cheapest race level bike of the boom, the 60's Frejus is a lot rarer and cooler and about as nice as the PX bike wise.
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