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Peugeot 1000 Team line

Old 04-21-19, 04:46 AM
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Peugeot 1000 Team line

A friend is interested in buying this and I have no idea what to ask for it. It has an all but complete 105 group on it which I'm tempted to keep, but as for rarity and value I have no clue. All suggestions welcome!
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Old 04-21-19, 11:28 AM
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you couldn't pay me to ride a carbon bike that old
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Old 04-21-19, 12:03 PM
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you couldn't pay me to ride a carbon bike that old
Who said anything about riding it?
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Old 04-21-19, 01:25 PM
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I have a very similar Alan Carbonio and it is the best handling and one of the best looking bike in my stable. Based on that, I would not let it go for cheap,......if I ever sell it..... but that is just me.
Generally, with C&V CF bikes, the value is ultimately affected by the condition of the frame, because such bikes, if damaged in any way by accident or by neglect or abuse, is generally not fixable, the way metal bikes are. So, unlike metal frames, value takes a nosedive if there is anything visibly "off" on the CF frameset.
I am quite confident this bike's frame is in great condition as you are willing to sell it to a friend and the pic seems to confirm that.
Unfortunately, the paranoia around bonded frame bikes that had been around since the 80's continues to pervade and will never really fade, (as the previous post clearly indicates.). So do not expect the bike to sell for as much money as other top line bikes made of steel made in the same era, even in mint condition. So it will always be a buyer's market for C&V CF bikes for the foreseeable future.
A realistic price for the bike, I think, will be around $350, max. Maybe up to $400, if the bike is mint and you find the right buyer. A lot more if it had a top of the line French group on it like Mavic SSC, mostly because of the value of the group, not the frameset. If it was one of the team replicas that the Peugeot factory team used, it would sell for more, but this model was just just not that well known and a bit odd, as it is an Italian made frame, re-badged as a Peugeot. It does not really attract French bike collectors as much as other top line Peugeots from that era does.
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Selling frame only?
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Selling frame only?
I think so. The wheel set is all but toast, and I have a frame that would enjoy all that 105 group.
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Thank you @Chombi1, I was looking at previous ads and that sounds about right for a full bike. I'll keep thinking about the frameset.
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No issues I would say $175-200 for the frame set and $400-450 for a whole bike ready to ride. As presented whole bike with issues none rider $300 or so.
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