Re: [CR]How To ID a UO-8 or PX-10


Example: Framebuilders

Date: Sun, 18 Feb 2001 22:40:21 -0500
From: Jerry & Liz Moos <moos@penn.com>
To: Mark Bulgier <mark@bulgier.net>
Cc: Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org, "'Don Andersen'" <peugeotpx10@hotmail.com>, "'Russ Fitzgerald'" <rfitzger@emeraldis.com>
Subject: Re: [CR]How To ID a UO-8 or PX-10
References: <C102531FB711D411B5B90060B0A4687605E4A5@MAIL>


You're right about the fork crown - the one on the bike is not from a PX-10. PX-10's did indeed have a crown with epaulets like you show on the Gitane. If the decal says the bike is full 531 and if the rear stays are half chromed, I suspect someone replaced the fork with one from a lesser Peugeot model or from another French model.

Regards,

Jerry Moos

Mark Bulgier wrote:
> Thanks Russ F and Don A for the info.
>
> After posting my query I found the PX-10 database at:
> http://www.iag.net/~davidg/PX10.htm
>
> In many of the photos it's hard to tell what crown is used, but the one that
> I *can* tell is the same as mine is:
> http://www.iag.net/~davidg/67_PR-10.htm
>
> This PR-10 has painted rear dropouts though, where mine has half-chrome.
> Mine has different decals too.
>
> The database says "Around 1970, Peugeot began stamping the [serial number]
> on an aluminum plate which was riveted to the underside of the bottom
> bracket shell." Mine has the two holes where the plate used to be riveted,
> so I guess I have a ~70 or a bit later. As Russ says, it's pre-74 as it has
> the Reynolds decal on the seat tube.
>
> No sign of a seam on the back of the fork blades, so they could be Reynolds.
> Or the decals could lie - there's a decal that says "Inoxydable" yet this
> thing is a rustbucket!

>

> Mark Bulgier