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Old 04-28-18, 10:23 AM
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FS: Peugeot PSN-10 1985 Super Vitus 980 60cm

For sale is my 1985 Peugeot PSN-10. $425 plus actual continental US shipping.

Overall good to excellent condition. Ready to ride.

Details below...





Built several years ago from very nice original paint, original decal frame set. A few scuffs and scratches.
  • Super Vitus 980 steel lugged frame and fork (PSN-10 60)
    • Seat tube: c-t-t 23.75"
    • Seat tube: c-t-c 23"
    • Top tube: c-t-c 22.75"
    • Head tube: 6.9"
    • no dents, a few scuffs, very slight rust bubbling near BB shell
    • Stronglight Spidel headset
    • 126/120 dropout spacing
    • original quill seatpost 26.4 (nice Delrin parts)
  • Wheels
    • Mavic Module E rear, Mavic MA-2 front (both 36h, silver & very similar)
    • Normandy Competition hubs (Helicomatic rear, "sealed")
    • Veloflex Master 23 clinchers
  • Drivetrain:
    • Campagnolo Triomphe (FD, RD, shifters, cranks with 52/42 chain rings)
    • Sedis chain
    • Helicomatic 6 speed freewheel 13/26
  • Brakes: Modolo Speedy calipers (with Koolstop pads) and Modolo levers with DiaCompe hoods
  • Saddle: original Vetta
  • Bars: Nitto 115 with Cinelli cork tape, ~42cm
  • Pedals: Maillard CxC with Christophe clips and straps
I can include 2 extra freewheels (13/21, 13/24), and spare front and rear hubs (supposedly new from built wheels).

Shipping will be via BikeFlights (likely FedEx), actual cost from my 56308 zip code to yours. I have a '18 Trek Domane 56cm bike box (9" x 52" x 29"), estimating final packed weight at 40 pounds.

Please let me know if you need more pictures, shipping estimate, or other details.

Bryan
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Old 04-28-18, 10:07 PM
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Spectacular example of a PSN-10 and at a very good price. Here's what it looks like when you take a can of white spray paint to it. I'm to stubborn to buy yours, opting instead to paint and rebuild this one some day. I'll be in it at 2x what you're asking for sure. Hopefully someone gives your machine a home it deserves.

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Thanks Plonz @plonz. It is the best of the three I've owned.

Hudson308@Hudson308, tarsi @tarsi and other members from the region... I'll be down at the NSC in Blaine for the next 4 Tuesday evenings and can certainly bring the PSN-10 down with me.

And I've run 32mm tires on my gravel version of this frame, so no need to stick with the "skinny" 23s.

Here's a few more pictures... I've included the NDS crank pic to show the slight rust near the BB shell.



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One of my favorite Peugeot color schemes. The SuperVitus 980 tubing set makes for an excellent, lightweight frame. This was a top dog steel tubing set back in the day.
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Originally Posted by bikemig View Post
One of my favorite Peugeot color schemes. The SuperVitus 980 tubing set makes for an excellent, lightweight frame. This was a top dog steel tubing set back in the day.
A newbie here and a recent returnee to steel bikes I purchased a rejuvenated Peugeot (63 st, 60tt) because I had one when young. It is SV980 tubing and has provided exhilarating rides, at times and I am not prone to the cosmic It seems to have a life force, almost speaking to me through the road. (Sorry). It was completely done up with powder coating and newish 105 parts. I have recently put 50mm carbon wheels on it for a lark and it goes like stink, it really does. It is springy. I have just finished doing up another(yes I am bitten) in original white(57 x 57), with some lovely Wolber Profil tubs/Superbe Pro hubs. Two rides in and it rides beautifully. Again feels quick. Less springy. I am a sucker for chrome forks with engraved tops, the odd expanding seat post aside I am quite smitten with SV980. The white one is hilarious as it has a tiny range cassette, have never spent so much time in the small chain ring, the riders of yesteryear must have been monsters.
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This is a beautiful bike. Classic colorway thats the same as my Fuji. Good luck
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Originally Posted by SvenMN View Post
For sale is my 1985 Peugeot PSN-10. $425 plus actual continental US shipping.

Overall good to excellent condition. Ready to ride.

Details below...





Built several years ago from very nice original paint, original decal frame set. A few scuffs and scratches.
  • Super Vitus 980 steel lugged frame and fork (PSN-10 60)
    • Seat tube: c-t-t 23.75"
    • Seat tube: c-t-c 23"
    • Top tube: c-t-c 22.75"
    • Head tube: 6.9"
    • no dents, a few scuffs, very slight rust bubbling near BB shell
    • Stronglight Spidel headset
    • 126/120 dropout spacing
    • original quill seatpost 26.4 (nice Delrin parts)
  • Wheels
    • Mavic Module E rear, Mavic MA-2 front (both 36h, silver & very similar)
    • Normandy Competition hubs (Helicomatic rear, "sealed")
    • Veloflex Master 23 clinchers
  • Drivetrain:
    • Campagnolo Triomphe (FD, RD, shifters, cranks with 52/42 chain rings)
    • Sedis chain
    • Helicomatic 6 speed freewheel 13/26
  • Brakes: Modolo Speedy calipers (with Koolstop pads) and Modolo levers with DiaCompe hoods
  • Saddle: original Vetta
  • Bars: Nitto 115 with Cinelli cork tape, ~42cm
  • Pedals: Maillard CxC with Christophe clips and straps
I can include 2 extra freewheels (13/21, 13/24), and spare front and rear hubs (supposedly new from built wheels).

Shipping will be via BikeFlights (likely FedEx), actual cost from my 56308 zip code to yours. I have a '18 Trek Domane 56cm bike box (9" x 52" x 29"), estimating final packed weight at 40 pounds.

Please let me know if you need more pictures, shipping estimate, or other details.

Bryan
any chance this is still available? Iím looking for exactly this.
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Old 03-11-19, 10:09 AM
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It went to a friend who owns the local bike shop. Gets plenty of comments and inquiries. I checked and he is not interested in selling it.
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