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Peugeot Competition 60cm with suntour cyclone

Old 09-02-11, 03:36 PM
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Peugeot Competition 60cm with suntour cyclone

Just pickup a nice Peugeot Competition with suntour cyclone deraileurs. Wheels are mavic MA2... not sure what the hubs are. Speedy Modolo brake calipers and levers. Peugeot pantographed cranks and spd pedals.

Mechanically bike is in good shape just need a good cleaning and regrease. Cosmetics... I would give the paint a 7.5/10.

this was a case where the picture was terrible and the sell provide no information... I took a chance and was pleasantly suprise when it was this bike.

Now I'm wondering... how much its worth once refurbished or if I should part it out.

This will be for a flip in a good bike market... size is 58-60cm too big for me.



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I would be tempted to replace that crank. Could be some value there. The Cyclone Gen 2 stuff does not sell that well (OK, I haven't looked in a while), so I would sell the bike whole, although with a different crank.
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Okay... so if I swap out the crank and refurbish this bike what should I try and sell it for.

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Hey, if you're going to toss that crank, send it my way. I'm doing a restore on a Peugeot and I could use it. Z
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Originally Posted by septacycles View Post
Okay... so if I swap out the crank and refurbish this bike what should I try and sell it for.

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In my market, fully refurbished and ready to go, $225, maybe $250 (with a nice replacement crankset). Large size would be a negative.

I think it is bigger than your estimate. If it is really a 58 to 60, then size would not be a negative.
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Originally Posted by wrk101 View Post
In my market, fully refurbished and ready to go, $225, maybe $250 (with a nice replacement crankset). Large size would be a negative.

I think it is bigger than your estimate. If it is really a 58 to 60, then size would not be a negative.
+1, wrk101 speaks the truth.
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Any idea what the crankset is worth? I'm not sure I want to go through the effort of parting out if the cranks is worth less than $40.
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