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Old 06-01-13, 04:35 PM
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Need help determining peugeot bike model


I have recently bought a Peugeot bike. The owner insists it's an old model vintage bike (he said antique in French). However some parts look quite modern to me. This is the first bike i have bought and i would like help to determine which model and which year it was made.

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1 pic of the entire bike taken from the gear side.
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I could really use better pictures. I think mid/late seventies, judging by headbadge, and one of the lower end models.
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The S001 rear derailleur in conjunction with the 4191 shifters puts it circa 1977-1983. It appears to be a 3 speed and looks a lot like a Canadian market TX25.
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