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Old 03-17-05, 06:42 PM   #1
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Picked up a Peugeot today in very nice shape was wondering what year it would be. Cant post a pic [lost my camera Ill probably find it when the snow melts. Anyway I have the ser# 2897366 its blue with gold lettering. It frame says 103 tubing cranks are Peugeot centre pull mafic brakes simplex derailers. Oh and has anyone ever heard of Lee Chi brakes. Thanks .
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Probably a seventies UO10, from the description. Cranks are actually stronglight badged Peugeot; look and see if the crank dust caps have an "s" on them. This assumes the cranks are cotterless.
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