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'75 Peugeot PX-10 Frame and Fork 24.5"

Old 11-15-23, 11:34 AM
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'75 Peugeot PX-10 Frame and Fork 24.5"

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Stronglight headset and bottom bracket included. The stem bolt head is rounded out, will need to be slotted out to be removed most likely, I can take care of this and remove the stem but I'm leaving it as is in case the buyer would prefer to handle it.

Local pickup in the Portland area preferred, can drop it off at a bike shop for shipping if you want to arrange that, might be talked into shipping it myself if it comes down to that.

$120 $100 SOLD






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Is this one of the years the PX10 had steep (~75) headtube and seattube angles. Its hard to tell from the photo? Also, what is the toptube length CTC?

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Originally Posted by BertoBerg
Is this one of the years the PX10 had steep (~75) headtube and seattube angles. Its hard to tell from the photo? Also, what is the toptube length CTC?

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Top tube is 24" ctc, I believe they went to the steeper angles from '73 on so yes, this one would have them.
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Originally Posted by dphi
Top tube is 24" ctc, I believe they went to the steeper angles from '73 on so yes, this one would have them.
Okay, thank you. A little too long for me. Good luck with the sale!
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Old 11-17-23, 12:03 AM
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Willing to trade as well, especially if you have early 60s Campy, GB, Universal.
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Price drop to $100, buy yourself a Christmas present!
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Very nice looking frame! I’ve only recently become familiar with Peugeot bicycles (A08’s). A PX10 is likely on the path of my journey. This size would likely fit me well. The only hesitation I have, well two actually, is blue being my favorite color and I’m pretty ignorant about components. Even though red isn’t a color I would normally care for, this frame looks great in red.

Have you had a look at the headset and bb bearings? If you have, would just a clean and lube suffice?

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Originally Posted by IdahoBrett
Very nice looking frame! I’ve only recently become familiar with Peugeot bicycles (A08’s). A PX10 is likely on the path of my journey. This size would likely fit me well. The only hesitation I have, well two actually, is blue being my favorite color and I’m pretty ignorant about components. Even though red isn’t a color I would normally care for, this frame looks great in red.

Have you had a look at the headset and bb bearings? If you have, would just a clean and lube suffice?

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I haven't taken a look at the BB or HS bearings but they'll definitely need to be serviced, I'm guessing it's just a matter of grease gone dry over years of not being used as the bike appeared to be well loved and maintained when it was being used. The Stronglight stuff is pretty robust.

As you've probably found, blue and red PX-10s are definitely harder to find than white. The red does look good when cleaned up and in the sun, but the blue is really nice too if you find one.
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Originally Posted by IdahoBrett
Very nice looking frame! I’ve only recently become familiar with Peugeot bicycles (A08’s). A PX10 is likely on the path of my journey. This size would likely fit me well. The only hesitation I have, well two actually, is blue being my favorite color and I’m pretty ignorant about components. Even though red isn’t a color I would normally care for, this frame looks great in red.

Have you had a look at the headset and bb bearings? If you have, would just a clean and lube suffice?

Thanks.
I have a '74 in blue. Personally, I would have preferred the iconic white, but this one was in such nice condition and small sizes don't turn up that often. With the exception of pedals, tires and cables, mine is pretty much stock. The '75s got a nicer, allen bolt stem, Simplex Super LJ derailleurs, Maillard 700 hubs, and a padded Ideal (2001) saddle. These are very nice riding bikes and even the shorter, steeper ones make for comfortable and stable long-distance bikes. If you buy it, I'm sure you will like it. It's pretty tough to find a full-531 frameset with decent paint for a hundred bucks, unless you push someone over when they ride by and take off with their bike.
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That’s a dandy looking 74 sbarner ! And I think you’re correct. A PX10 frame, no matter the color, in the shape that dphi has here for $100 is a realllllly good deal. My only experience with finding components to go with a frame is one. I probably. No strike that. I did get in a hurry and spent more than was necessary. That bike doesn’t have the following a PX10 does. Nor were they built in the quantities. Maybe if I took my time I could eventually build a dandy red PX10. With the correct components. Maybe not the seat though. They appear spendy on the ebay site.

Have to figure out how to get it from PDX to BOI for starters….
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Originally Posted by dphi
Price drop to $100, buy yourself a Christmas present!
Standby, maybe.

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Standby, maybe.

Maybe Merry Christmas.
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@dphi - Still abailale? is the ST measurement ctt or ctc?
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Oh oh , I sense that one of the tall bike guys is going to get a great deal!
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