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Peugeot PX10 Columbus & Bridgestone RB-1

Old 08-08-18, 10:20 PM
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Peugeot PX10 Columbus & Bridgestone RB-1

As I'm continuing to carefully (and sometimes painfully) shrink my quiver of bikes, I thought I'd pose two here that I'm considering & see what their esteemed values today should be. I'll get more photos (or, maybe I should say "some" photos), but for now...

1986 (?) Peugeot PX10. This is a columbus SL tubing bike and it currently has the complete Mavic group with it..in fact, it's basically a complete bike, just not assembled. This is NOT the front wheel for it, obviously & there are group parts not shown...55cm



Peugeot PX10


The other is a '91 Bridgestone RB-1 with a complete Ultegra 2x7 group. 55/56 frame (this photo is old...it has fresh tape, nice saddle, etc.)



thanks in advance!
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Any Peugeot or Gitane from that time frame with Columbus SL or SLX thing is quite special. Usually at or very near the top of their product line at the time.
The Mavic group on it also says this. I would say that the bike could fetch up to 800 bucks in close to mint condition. Maybe in the high 6's for this particular bike if it shows some miles and wear on it. SL tubing has its price ceiling. If it was SLX, then you could be approaching $1K, in mint condition.
parted out, it could fetch quite a bit more though....
It will never match what you will get from an Italian equivalent though....

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Thanks! Any idea what the mavic group may fetch with reasonable expectations?
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Originally Posted by fiataccompli View Post
Thanks! Any idea what the mavic group may fetch with reasonable expectations?
The Mavic group is not the top of the line SSC line. But it is just mostly different from the SSC group, in terms of finish. Otherwise, they are mechanically identical.
the Mavic drivetrain Group on the bike, NOS, have an asking price that could add up to about 450 to 500 bucks, but quite a bit less if there is any sign of use/wear....but still quite sought after it the wear is not too visible.
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Thanks. I will take a close and discerning look at the group. I'm on the fence with the frame but I think it is more likely that if I build it and ride it I would use "modern" Campy 10.
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The second teir Mavic stuff is just OK but not worth a tone of money say $100-150 pieced out online. I would say keep the crank set and BB on the bike which are real nice and put the rest in your parts bin.
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I need to check the crank arm length...if it's 172.5, I'd ride it. but...i probably don't *need* so much cool bike stuff on hand.....
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Originally Posted by zukahn1 View Post
The second teir Mavic stuff is just OK but not worth a tone of money say $100-150 pieced out online. I would say keep the crank set and BB on the bike which are real nice and put the rest in your parts bin.
Again, it all depends on condition......the model 630 crankset could fetch just a bit over 200 bucks if NOS.
Used with a lot wear of battle scars, maybe 60 bucks. Same goes for the derailleurs and shifters. A full set at NOS, 100 some bucks for the RD, 75 bucks for the FD, and 75 bucks for the Retrofriction shifters.
These are all typical asking prices which one might consider max values. The do sell for less most of the time.
People who look for these "2nd tier" Mavic "610" series drivetrains know the difference between it and the SSC group is just dark anodizing and SSC labels silkscreened on the FD and RD, so pricing will not be too far from each other.....
I have a few sets of the SSC gruop and one of the 610/630 "2nd tier" group. Got them NOS some years ago, before the retro bike craze when they were still priced reasonably (I paid only 80 to 90 bucks for NOS FD and RD sets back then). Now they are through the roof at eBay......
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