Re: [CR]Peugeot Model Identification?

Example: Framebuilders:Bernard Carré
From: "jerrymoos" <>
To: "Kim Buckley" <>, <>
References: <>
Subject: Re: [CR]Peugeot Model Identification?
Date: Sun, 11 Apr 2004 11:21:18 -0500

Not quite enough information, but that is very likely the most famous of Peugeot models, the PX-10. Is the bike white with black painted lugs and black-and-white checkerboard decals? Are the lower half of the forks and of the rear stays chromed? If so, it is almost certainly a PX-10. The TTT stem is not original, but everything else sounds right for a PX-10.


Jerry Moos

----- Original Message -----
From: Kim Buckley
Sent: Saturday, April 10, 2004 7:32 PM
Subject: [CR]Peugeot Model Identification?

> Greetings to all,
> My name is Kim Buckley and I live in Holland, Michigan. As I was
> attempting to identify one of my bikes recently, I came across your
> group list and was so impressed with the knowledge and passion I
> decided to join and see what I could learn.
> When compared to most of the postings I've read, I readily admit to
> being a complete newbie, so I apologize in advance for all the stupid
> questions I'm sure to ask in the future. I'm of the age that I was part
> of the "10 speed" rage of the early 70's. Doing my part, I purchased a
> Spanish brand, whose name I no longer remember, as well as a Batavus.
> The Spanish bike is lost to posterity. The Batavus intercycle Tour de
> l'Europe took me on a road trip of about 300 miles to Traverse City,
> Michigan in the early 70's. It sat in storage from about 1975 until
> recently when I pulled it out to ride occasionally. The bike is in
> great shape...all original except the tires.
> My other bike is a Peugeot, also of early 70's vintage. It was
> originally purchased by a relative, who rode it infrequently into the
> late 70's. It was given to me and sat in storage until yesterday, when
> I pulled it out in response to a comment from my son who said he wanted
> to move from his mountain bike to a road bike. With what is likely all
> original equipment, this Peugeot is also in great shape. The plastic on
> the brake cable is split in a couple of places. Other than grime,
> that's about about all I can see that needs attention. But before we
> get this road ready, I am hoping to get some help with model
> identification. I'll list some information below, for anyone who is
> knowledgeable and willing to assist:
> Serial Number: 2579401
> Frame Material: Reynolds 531 Inoxydable
> Brakes: Mafac "Racer"
> Front Derailer: Simplex Super Competition
> Rear Derailer: Simplex Prestige
> Seat: Brooks Professional
> Seat post: Simplex
> Hubs: Normandy Luxe Competition
> Rims: Mavic
> Pedals: Lyotard
> Crankset: Stronglight
> Stem: 3 ttt
> Clips: Christophe

> Straps: Lapize


> Thanks,


> Kim Buckley