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Old 12-05-23, 09:26 PM
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Cool Blue Peugeot Nouveau

Please let me know if anyone is interested in purchase or trade. I believe itís a Ď79.

Seat has been replaced. Missing dyno and lights. Reflector and grips came off an old Raleigh. Pedals are French but not original.

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Old 01-09-24, 03:46 AM
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Just curious, what size wheels? My eyeball says larger than 20"/406, but smaller than 26". Would be nice if something standard like 24", but it's French...

"Never buy a French car, unless you live in FRANCE." - Ray Magliozzi
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Yes oddball size wheels for which tires are hard to find. Tire size is 22 x 1 3/8 (37-490). I was able find the gray Kendas on eBay I think. Not ideal in terms of the appearance and ride quality but they work. I have heard that Michelin may still make this size tire for EU market.
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Originally Posted by cjefferds
Yes oddball size wheels for which tires are hard to find. Tire size is 22 x 1 3/8 (37-490). I was able find the gray Kendas on eBay I think. Not ideal in terms of the appearance and ride quality but they work. I have heard that Michelin may still make this size tire for EU market.
My eyeball did not betray, I still got it. Wow, that is a "b@stard size", as my father would call anything that is non-standard or obscure sizing. Sometimes increases the collector value; "Rare! Hard to find!" Or at least according to sellers.
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Old 01-18-24, 05:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Duragrouch
My eyeball did not betray, I still got it. Wow, that is a "b@stard size", as my father would call anything that is non-standard or obscure sizing. Sometimes increases the collector value; "Rare! Hard to find!" Or at least according to sellers.
Ha! I think I will start referring to this one as the blue bastard henceforth
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