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Old 08-10-19, 07:36 PM
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I'm seeing what looks like a ~1974 bike, with the newer decals and geometry.

Speaking of the geometry, it might be important to use a good long stem (10cm minimum) when riding this bike, to calm the ultra-quick handling.
The frame angles on these post-1972 PX10's are north of 75 degrees, as per mid-1970's team geometry.
These PX10E's ran concurrently with the PX10LE for just a year or two, and were the very last to use Nervex Pro lugs.
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