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Old 05-06-18, 10:03 AM
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SF Bay Area Peugeots

1974 PX10LE






The flawless Brooks Pro is dated 1978. The paint and gold leaf striping is by Dr. Deltron. The pedals are T.A. The new freewheel is a Maillard 700 that comes with a box of cogs and a removal tool. The spokes are Robergel 3 Stars.
I'm not willing to ship it. If you are in or near the Bay Area and think it's worth $500 send me a message. Cash only on these.
1974 PA10E

This one is $250. The rings are 48x40. It now has low flange Campy Record hubs and OEM dust caps on the crank. The T.A. cage is rust free. Bullseye pulleys on the Simplex SX610. Stronglight A-9 roller headset. The Brooks is new. Bluemels fenders. The rims are Mavic Monthlery Pros.

Both are wall hangers, so they're in great condition, if a little dusty.
I have six more bikes and I'm only going to keep one.
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If they were my size and you were willing to ship...What size are they - 55 ctt?
Great deal!
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I believe they are 56 cm.
I'm the original owner of the PX10. My wife can't believe I'm selling it.
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Dang!!, fantastic deals on beautiful, classic French bikes!! I'd jump on these if only my car lease wasn't expiring soon and I need a good down payment for the next one.....
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Old 05-06-18, 11:57 AM
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The Brooks Pro is not flawless. I put my glasses on and found a scratch.
Both bikes have elk hide bar wraps.

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Is the PA 531 throughout?
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Old 05-06-18, 03:00 PM
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No, hence the $250 price difference.

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There seem to be a bunch of SF bay locals on the iBob list; might be worth trying there. These look like great bikes.
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Those are beautiful!
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These are beautiful and my size! I'm grateful that you won't consider shipping,
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They're still available.
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I'm the original owner of the PX10. My wife can't believe I'm selling it.
Neither can I believe it. That black X10 is one of the nicest that I have ever seen. That said...

I can understand the wish to reduce the size of a fleet, even to one. I find that when I have one bike to ride, I ride a lot more. Not sure why and not sure that I really care, but it does seem to be that way, for me. That said...

I doubt that I will ever sell my X10. I did that once, already, and have regretted it ever since.
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Fortunately I'm out of town and don't have to struggle with this dilemma (for now). When I get back I'll post the super clean '62 UO-8 I bought last Tuesday. But anyway, too little space and $$ at the moment for such luxuries.

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I love that black PX10. Black Peugeots are definitely rare. I also love the groupset you have on it. Give me ideas about mine. Prices are very fair.
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One or two centimeters too big and you won't ship. I think I'm safe.
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Originally Posted by randyjawa View Post
Neither can I believe it. That black X10 is one of the nicest that I have ever seen. That said...

I can understand the wish to reduce the size of a fleet, even to one. I find that when I have one bike to ride, I ride a lot more. Not sure why and not sure that I really care, but it does seem to be that way, for me. That said...

I doubt that I will ever sell my X10. I did that once, already, and have regretted it ever since.
I'm curious if you ever did drop to one, which would it be? the Pug, the Cyclops, something else?

Dropping to one sounds so wonderful, and so terrible at the same time
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I'm curious if you ever did drop to one, which would it be? the Pug, the Cyclops, something else?
I would be interested to know the answer to that, myself. In fact, it might be worth a thread to see what others think..? My stable is small (1958 Rabeneick 120d, 1958 Legnano Grand Premio, 1968 Atala Professional, 1970 Torpado Luxe, 1973 Peugeot PX10E, 1982 Bianchi Touring, Cyclops), these days, but each bike, except the all chrome plated Torpado, have special circumstances surrounding them.
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Originally Posted by randyjawa View Post
I would be interested to know the answer to that, myself. In fact, it might be worth a thread to see what others think..? My stable is small (1958 Rabeneick 120d, 1958 Legnano Grand Premio, 1968 Atala Professional, 1970 Torpado Luxe, 1973 Peugeot PX10E, 1982 Bianchi Touring, Cyclops), these days, but each bike, except the all chrome plated Torpado, have special circumstances surrounding them.
Thank you for your post - I'll have to make sure and remind my wife that a 7-8 bike stable is considered small

I love thinking about this same question. Fun to ponder, and the fact that we don't necessarily have to take it beyond that is a blessing.
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I love that PX 10. I worked in a Peugeot shop and my best buddy had a black one like that. That is a super sweet bike. If the OP were willing to ship, I'd bet that bike would be gone by now. Bikes that nice just don't pop up that often.
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PM'd about the PX10LE. Very interested.
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The PX10 is gone and I miss it already.

I plan to keep the Gitane TdF and maybe the Jeunet. I'm giving up the two IGH conversions since I plan to move to the mountains. I'll post them here before I resort to eBay.

I'll bet the PA10 could be parted out for way more than I'm asking for it. I just don't have the time to do it.
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Beautiful bikes!!!
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Pa-10

Hi -can you tell me what the stand-over measurement on the PA-10 is, and whether it’s still available? Thanks; John

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1974 PX10LE






The flawless Brooks Pro is dated 1978. The paint and gold leaf striping is by Dr. Deltron. The pedals are T.A. The new freewheel is a Maillard 700 that comes with a box of cogs and a removal tool. The spokes are Robergel 3 Stars.
I'm not willing to ship it. If you are in or near the Bay Area and think it's worth $500 send me a message. Cash only on these.
1974 PA10E
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This one is $250. The rings are 48x40. It now has low flange Campy Record hubs and OEM dust caps on the crank. The T.A. cage is rust free. Bullseye pulleys on the Simplex SX610. Stronglight A-9 roller headset. The Brooks is new. Bluemels fenders. The rims are Mavic Monthlery Pros.

Both are wall hangers, so they're in great condition, if a little dusty.
I have six more bikes and I'm only going to keep one.

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Pa-10

Hi -can you tell me what the stand-over measurement on the PA-10 is, and whether it’s still available? Thanks; John

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1974 PX10LE






The flawless Brooks Pro is dated 1978. The paint and gold leaf striping is by Dr. Deltron. The pedals are T.A. The new freewheel is a Maillard 700 that comes with a box of cogs and a removal tool. The spokes are Robergel 3 Stars.
I'm not willing to ship it. If you are in or near the Bay Area and think it's worth $500 send me a message. Cash only on these.
1974 PA10E
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This one is $250. The rings are 48x40. It now has low flange Campy Record hubs and OEM dust caps on the crank. The T.A. cage is rust free. Bullseye pulleys on the Simplex SX610. Stronglight A-9 roller headset. The Brooks is new. Bluemels fenders. The rims are Mavic Monthlery Pros.

Both are wall hangers, so they're in great condition, if a little dusty.
I have six more bikes and I'm only going to keep one.

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