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Old 11-20-17, 05:13 PM
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Help with identifying Peugoet

Hello all I just bought my first vintage bike today. I believe it is a Iseran P6. The id number on the bottom is
Y512 08024. I'm not sure how many parts are original and how many have been replaced but it has Weinmann brakes and Shimano derailers. There is a sticker on the downtube that says "Corbolite 103".I am trying to figure out what year it is, 198-? but have been unsuccessful so far. My guess is it is an 85? Any help is appreciated.
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Old 11-20-17, 08:20 PM
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Those old Peugeots are lovely bikes to ride, and yours looks like it is in good shape. I suspect it is about a 1984 given the decals.

I have a 1984 Corbier model, which used the same Carbolite frame as your Iseran. With good tires, it is a treat to ride.

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It's a 1986 model, manufactured in December 1985. It does appear to be a model P6, Iseran.

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I have an '84 PH10 and its frame is Carbolite.
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Does this have any real value other than enjoying riding it? Should I restore it or just enjoy it for what it is?
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It's not worth much. Fix it up and ride it.
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Does this have any real value other than enjoying riding it? Should I restore it or just enjoy it for what it is?
Value is not a well-defined concept. Its real value is that you can enjoy riding it, for it will be good as a rider even if not as an "investment". With most of the necessary components already in place you won't have to spend days and dollars looking for a non-existent part to "restore" it, which BTW is something most of us don't do most of the time even on our super-bikes. That's a decent frame to start with. Good wheels, brakes and derailleurs which work, gear ratios appropriate for your terrain, and a good fit, that's all you need.
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