Re: [CR]Peugeot CFX10, PRO 10, or PXN10?

(Example: Production Builders:Pogliaghi)

From: "jerrymoos" <jerrymoos@sbcglobal.net>
To: <IKersey@aol.com>, <Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
References: <189.23115e80.2d1d13c5@aol.com>
Subject: Re: [CR]Peugeot CFX10, PRO 10, or PXN10?
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 08:42:03 -0600


This matches exactly the PXN10E and the CFX-10 in my Peugeot catalog. I think the two are identical. PXN10E was the number for the complete bike. CFX-10 was the same frame and fork, ordered separately. A very nice acquisition for $125.

Regards,

Jerry Moos
Houston, TX


----- Original Message -----
From: IKersey@aol.com
To: Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Sent: Thursday, December 25, 2003 10:32 PM
Subject: [CR]Peugeot CFX10, PRO 10, or PXN10?



> I purchased a NOS Peugeot frame from Wiesbaden, Germany, in early November on
> eBay (http://ebay.com/<blah>
> seller, Thomas Reitz, was a pleasure to deal with -- I received the frame in
> four weeks time, shipped via the Deutsche Post and U.S. Mail (shipping normal
> parcel post for $60.00).
>
> According to several Peugeot catalogs, this frame could be either a CFX10, or
> an unbuilt PRO 10 or PXN10. Any pointers from list members on how to
> determine precisely what it is?
>
> If it's a PXN10 or a PRO 10, I've got plenty of information regarding how it
> should be built up. However, if it's a CFX10, the decision on how I build it
> up isn't so easy.
>
> According to Peugeot in one of their catalogs, "The CFX10 Peugeot 'Super
> Competition' frame and fork set is constructed with Reynolds 531 butted tubing.
> This professional set is completely hand-finished at the Peugeot 'ateliers
> course' -- or special workshops -- and it features Nervex racing lugs, Simplex
> forged drop-outs, special brazed cable guides and brazed-on cage fittings. The
> 'Super Competition' frame set may be fitted with virtually all of the world's
> top, professional equipment groups."
>
> So, if it is a CFX10, I'm soliciting from the list alternative
> recommendations on how to build the frame up with period correct professional equipment
> groups, other than those described for the PXN10 (Stronglight 106 cranks, Simplex
> SJA 102 front and SX410TSP rear derailleurs, MAFAC LS2 side-pull brakes, Atom
> 500 pedals, Mavic alloy clinchers) or the PRO 10 (Stronglight 107 cranks,
> Simplex SLJ 5500 C/P rear and SLJA 422 front ders., MAFAC LSX side-pull brakes,
> Maillard 700 pedals, MAVIC alloy tubulars).
>
> Thanks in advance for your advice,
>
> Ian Kersey
> Williamsburg, VA