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Old 10-16-05, 09:18 AM
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Powder Coated Yellow Peugeot

I think it's a mid-80's Bordeaux.

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Powder-coated spokes and rims?! Who did this work, do you know?
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That looks really cool, huh? Cranks and stem and aero-bars too...

I think that I'd try out the brakes on the powder coat carefully, and make sure that they still work okay when wet, before you commit to that show-down with the train...
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well they should have powder coated it a bright colour.
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No yellow tires???? I just saw a set of yellow 700c tires on eBay

Why go this far, and not go all the way?

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Originally Posted by BATMANs
I think it's a mid-80's Bordeaux.
How the hell could you tell ??????
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The crank and stem seems to be a Bordeaux.
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Originally Posted by lotek
How the hell could you tell ??????
Who cares, it looks great! I LOVE IT


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