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Old 09-27-22, 02:30 PM
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Peugeot road bike

Hi there,

I've owned this bike for 4 years now, bought it off an old racer in the U.S.
Often I've been told it could be worth value, while often I've been told it's not an original or a top of the line Peugeot.

​​​​​​I'm hoping to settle that here!

First off, I know some won't be happy to hear that I replaced the front chrome fork and the original quill stem. (Fork was bent, and stem wasn't tall enough for me)

**Unique identifier: the seat post system isn't a clamp, nor a quill like system, nor a internal plug. But rather it has a single Allen key screw from the outside of the back of the frame, which screws through the frame, and into a groove on the seatpost.

- has Reynolds 501c tubing,
- no sign of a model name on frame (may have been removed)
- it does say "made in France" on the upper frame tube
I'm happy to search for a serial number if it helps!

****Also, ADVICE on how I can share photos? It makes the identification/appraisal difficult without it.

Thanks in advance - cheers!
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Did you keep the old parts (fork & stem)? Do you have a photo of the original stem? It is possible it is repairable.

I don't recognize that model. The seatpost attachment sounds cool, but would be a problem if you ever decide you want a different post.

501 is a mid quality tubing.

As it is, I think you'd get around $200 for the bike.

You'll get a bit more with the original fork and stem, but I doubt a fortune.
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$60-$100 in a bad local market. Maybe $200 Ebay. I'm thinking someone modified the frame for that seatpost. I've only seen quill seatpost for those frames and they are hard to find thus the modification I'm guessing.
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The subject bicycle appears to be the Canadian market version of the PGN10, circa 1984. As stated, this was a mid-range model. It has replacement forks, stem and rear deralleur. The wheels are also replacements and mismatched. $200 may be a fair price, in the spring, but you may be hard pressed to get that at this time of year, unless you're in a large market.
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