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Old 06-14-09, 06:15 AM
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Originally Posted by miamijim View Post
This thread is over 5 years old........and a red circle bike is from the mid to late 90's.







Well, this thread is now 6 years old. Almost. 1988 model.





Wurd.....+1
Still need hoods?

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Old 06-14-09, 06:19 AM
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Still need hoods?

http://tinyurl.com/kqr6q9



Yes, but I need those expensive little half hoods X 4.


Thanks for keeping an eye out....
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Old 06-14-09, 12:04 PM
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The thread that would not die...I think if you put a stake through the heart. Or maybe chop the head off, burn everything and spread the ashes.
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I saw this bike today 4-24-2010

Pug..jpg

After entering a google search I came directly to this post and thought I wonder if any one would like to see this picture. it is sitting at a bike shop in Winter Garden Fl and the owner of the shop is asking too much for it but I wanted to find some info anyway so heres the pic. by the way I've read the attachments and all my questions were answered and more. Thanks
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Old 04-26-10, 10:01 AM
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Does this headstamp indicate whether it is an 8 or a 10? How do I tell which model I have?
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Old 04-26-10, 01:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Kommisar89 View Post
The thread that would not die...I think if you put a stake through the heart. Or maybe chop the head off, burn everything and spread the ashes.
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Old 04-26-10, 05:13 PM
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Originally Posted by macman58 View Post
Attachment 147804

After entering a google search I came directly to this post and thought I wonder if any one would like to see this picture. it is sitting at a bike shop in Winter Garden Fl and the owner of the shop is asking too much for it but I wanted to find some info anyway so heres the pic. by the way I've read the attachments and all my questions were answered and more. Thanks
'85-'78-ish PH501 Is there a decal on the fork? Whats the dealer asking for it? Looking at the others its obviously not a service oriented dealer.
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Old 04-26-10, 05:52 PM
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If everything else fails, just call it a UO8 and be done with it!.........I believe that every Peugeot has some UO8 "DNA" in it no matter what year it was built or what model they call it!
It all adds to the essence of French quirkyness to all Peugeots.....

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Old 04-26-10, 08:58 PM
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pug price?

The West Orange Trail (The best of our Central Florida/Disney area) bike paths run 20 feet from this bike shop. He's an older fellow, sells used bikes and parts. His prices on the 2 bikes I asked about were not even close. He wanted $225 for the pictured Pug. nothing special, year model or condition. I would guess its worth $100 or so. just my opinion.

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Old 05-03-10, 08:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Chombi View Post
If everything else fails, just call it a UO8 and be done with it!.........I believe that every Peugeot has some UO8 "DNA" in it no matter what year it was built or what model they call it!
It all adds to the essence of French quirkyness to all Peugeots.....

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Gee thanx for all the help guys. Found some more info and it appears I have a 69 PA10E It has a lightened frame (Not a reynolds) and everything else adds up to the description of the bike. When I bought this bike new in 69 it was the most expensive Pug in the store, over 200 bucks. Ther were other new pugs there for under 100. If anyone has legitimate documentation that can support or deny this I would still appreciate it but I have found a 70 PA10E that is identicle in every way. .
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Originally Posted by kent clark View Post
Gee thanx for all the help guys. Found some more info and it appears I have a 69 PA10E It has a lightened frame (Not a reynolds) and everything else adds up to the description of the bike. When I bought this bike new in 69 it was the most expensive Pug in the store, over 200 bucks. Ther were other new pugs there for under 100. If anyone has legitimate documentation that can support or deny this I would still appreciate it but I have found a 70 PA10E that is identicle in every way. .
I'm sure it called ID's with a few pics!!!
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Old 05-03-10, 09:10 AM
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We need one permanent sticky for Peugeot ID discussions... they have to be the most frustrating of bikes to id and then we would have an archive of information and photos here for reference.
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Old 05-03-10, 09:25 AM
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Two hundred 1969 dollars sounds awfully high for a PA10!
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Two hundred 1969 dollars sounds awfully high for a PA10!
+1 Memory fade on that price.
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Old 05-10-10, 08:28 AM
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Originally Posted by miamijim View Post
I'm sure it called ID's with a few pics!!!
Its called ID by carefully following pictures and an old catalog discription of the bike. Wish I had more to go on.
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Old 05-10-10, 08:31 AM
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Something like the Raleigh forum

Originally Posted by Sixty Fiver View Post
We need one permanent sticky for Peugeot ID discussions... they have to be the most frustrating of bikes to id and then we would have an archive of information and photos here for reference.
Something like the Raleigh forum. Its frustrating that there is more info out there for my 1934 Elswick then a 69 Pug.
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Old 08-25-10, 03:14 PM
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Hey, I stumbled across this forum...can't believe going on 7 years now. Anyway, I came across this site...basically has every catalog scanned in for every Peugeot model ever distributed. I know it is like looking for a needle in a haystack but I was able to use it to identify my 1980 UO9....Here is the link

http://mysite.verizon.net/vzerndgo/index.html

Enjoy!

oh, and p.s. Does anyone know where the UO9 ranks as far as quality...not that I would get rid of it, I am just curious. I am thinking about changing it into a single speed too. If it goes well, I will post pictures to an appropriate forum...cheers.
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Old 08-25-10, 03:24 PM
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Originally Posted by PizzaDude36 View Post
I came across this site...basically has every catalog scanned in for every Peugeot model ever distributed. I know it is like looking for a needle in a haystack

http://mysite.verizon.net/vzerndgo/index.html
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What about this one: www.cyclespeugeot.com
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I tried that site, but like an earlier poster indicated, it seems Peugeot would change style, design, color depending on the day. Correct me if I am wrong but that site just gives you general guidelines to identify your bike's potential born on year...unless I missed more specific information listed somewhere else on the site.

That site I listed has every catalog scanned for every make and model for every year. It takes a while but you can find yours if you know generally where to start.
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I tried that site, but like an earlier poster indicated, it seems Peugeot would change style, design, color depending on the day. Correct me if I am wrong but that site just gives you general guidelines to identify your bike's potential born on year...unless I missed more specific information listed somewhere else on the site.

That site I listed has every catalog scanned for every make and model for every year. It takes a while but you can find yours if you know generally where to start.

If you couldnt find your model on my site then you weren't paying attention. On the home page it says in big ass red 20 font "Find your bike in 3 easy steps".
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If you couldnt find your model on my site then you weren't paying attention. On the home page it says in big ass red 20 font "Find your bike in 3 easy steps".
No kidding. I've had people emailing me through The Headbadge right and left asking me for help dating their bike because they didn't want to spend time looking through the serial charts.

...so I don't spend time helping them with their bike.

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