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Old 03-18-19, 07:48 AM
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Another Peugeot

Hi Friends,

I came across with this ad, the seller is asking 200USD for it, I think it is not worth it, but does anyone knows what is this ?

Thank you for your great help.







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Old 03-18-19, 09:36 AM
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It might be. What does the sticker say right above the shifters?
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Yes, like trailangel said, the tubing sticker is the big tell. If it says Reynolds 531, the bike is a PR-10 from the later 70s. If it says something else like Cadre Allege or Inoxydable, it is a PA-10. But those two bikes also came with different parts, and the parts on this bike match what Peugeot used for the PA-10. Look at this page for a 1974 PA-10: http://www.bikeboompeugeot.com/Broch...0Page%2015.jpg

A PR-10 is definitely worth 200 IMO. I have one and it is wonderful. A PA might be worth the money if it is in good shape. Not sure the one you pictured qualifies.
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First off. Whoever is posting this stuff, the picture quality is miserable. Second. It's an old beat up yellow Peugeot with centerpull brakes. Chrome socks. Cotterless crank. Bolted rear wheel and front wheel. Bolt on cable guides. Pretty graphics. I'm guessing mid 70's vintage. Wheels & tires look about average. It's probably a very special bike to somebody. But, not me. I'd want that to be less than $150 before I'd pick it up. Somebody else might give $200. Who knows. Might go for $300 to the right buyer. Be good. Have fun.
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Depends on the frame. With almost no rust, few scratches or chips, maybe 125. Otherwise more like 75.
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It's a mid to later 70s Peugeot PR 10. However, the $200 dollar price is too high. The bike lacks the original 700C tubular wheels with quick releases and the original Simplex Criterium derailleurs have been replaced. As well, the pedals appear to be missing their dust caps. About $125?
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Wow - thank you very much guys, those are great information - especially from bertinjim - thank you so much.

I called the seller, at first he said it is full original, then later on I listed the changed parts, he confessed all these has been changed, cheater
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PR eries machines of this era all came with 49D chainsets rather than the TS we have here. They also received black finish on their head lugs.

1976 was the first year for this transfer set.

PR series machines received forged ends. The rear mech of this bicycle looks to be mounted with a plate.

The TS chainset makes me think we are looking at something more like a UO10.

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Originally Posted by juvela View Post
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PR eries machines of this era all came with 49D chainsets rather than the TS we have here. They also received black finish on their head lugs.

1976 was the first year for this transfer set.

PR series machines received forged ends. The rear mech of this bicycle looks to be mounted with a plate.

The TS chainset makes me think we are looking at something more like a UO10.

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The lack of braze-ons is the tell here, Juvela.
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Originally Posted by Aubergine View Post

The lack of braze-ons is the tell here, Juvela.
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Thanks very much!

Puzzled by crown.

Every PR have seen in person or pictured has has had a forged crown.

Crown here appears same as the welded one used on ordinary models.

Note the thickness of the socket walls - looks like ~5mm.

Left crankarm looks like it may be a replacement. Anyone considering purchase of machine would de well to examine carefully for sign of trauma...
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