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Peugeot...what is it? what is it worth?

Old 02-25-11, 09:18 PM
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Peugeot...what is it? what is it worth?

Any help would be appreciated on this one

http://charlottesville.craigslist.or...230958317.html

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Regrettably, i don't think that one picture has
enough detail for a positive ID. At least not
by my vision and level of expertise.

Can you get some better ones?
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Seller has not returned my email request... probably sold
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Well, it is the flossiest whip around.
One of those deals where if you have to ask first ...
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Looks newer than 70's judging by the decals, not that there's anything wrong with that.

Probably well worth the $200.00 in my opinion.
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OK got a photo from seller... hope it helps

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Early 80s Uo10 maybe?

http://retropeugeot.com/

http://mysite.verizon.net/imagelib/s...8ez&title=UO10
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Originally Posted by FORDSVTPARTS View Post
Much better ideas than mine, but certainly looks
like it is from that early 80's period when it was
getting harder and harder to tell how much of
the bike came from France and how much from
Asia (most of it i think.)

You're also getting into the period of less French
threading and more standard. Overall quality
on the more reasonably priced ones is improved
quite dramatically.

Looks probably pretty good for $200 but also
not dramatically high end in the lineup.

Nevertheless
the flossiest whip around!
is the kind of stuff you see in ads where the seller hasn't
much clue and will usually go for less.

The catalog link at retropeugeot so kindly provided
above should get you where you want to go.
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Thanks for the input guys

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