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Old 06-29-15, 07:24 PM
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Need Help ID Peugeot

Hi I'm new to vintage bicycles but I think I found a deal on a Peugeot. $180. It is in too-good-to-believe condition so I thought I'd post here to see if its original and such. Tell me anything you can about it please! I want to know how much of it is original and if it's legitimate, scam etc.

***This just in: I may have found it in the catalog. PEUGEOT UP-41? What do you guys think? https://cyclespeugeot.com/PDFs/1974pdf.pdf

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Old 06-29-15, 07:33 PM
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European model based on the UO-8 frame. Fairly rare in the US, much more common in Europe. Decals are typical of early 1970s, and the white color is always a winner.
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Beautiful 5 speed. Enjoy!
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"Aztec" lugged UO8....
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Thanks for the info!
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@thebestnoob, please lower the handlebars! The stem is sticking too far out, and you could get very injured if it snaps.
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I built up a Peugeot PE41 roadster a while ago, and it looked much like the bicycle the OP has presented. Nice bicycle, entry level designs, but so what. Cool vintage machine and it will be a hoot to ride...

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Beaut! Hey Randy it's Chance, we spoke via email already. Wow, you're really in the heart of the scene aren't you! Shout out to Canadian cyclists.
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