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Peugeot P6 (1984)

2008



Description 

10 Speed Steel road bike


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Geometry 

Weight:  28lbs (size 23")

Sizes:  19 1/2", 21", 23", 24"


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Frame 

Peugeot 103 "CARBOLITE" tubing internally brazed with brazed-on cable guides and stops.
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Drivetrain 

Chainwheel: SOLIDA 5271, 52 x 42T. with chainguard.

Chain:  SEDISPORT 3/32"

Pedals:  LYOTARD racing rattrap.

Freewheel:  MAILLARD 5 speed, 14, 17, 20, 24, 28 T.

Derailleurs:  HURET "ECO" rear and "CLUB" front with stem shifters.


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Fork 

Peugeot 103 "CARBOLITE" tubing internally brazed with brazed-on cable guides and stops
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Other 

MADE IN FRANCE  (out of production) 1984

Colors:  Vivid Blue, Tulip Red

Saddle:  Racing Style, padded

Seat Post:  Chromed Steel.

Brakes:  WEINMANN alloy side-pull with double levers

Hubs:  ATOM alloy small flange with front quick release.

Wheels:  Chromed Steel 27 x 1 1/4


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Price 

< $300
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Websites

Original Catalog

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P6 (1984)

Leave Your Comments

brandtmj
April 30, 2008
I ride a converted to single-speed peugeot. I think it's from the '80's but don't know much about it. The point is, I like it, it fits me, and I get to where I need to go.

kazkougar
April 30, 2008
Brandt, Check http://www.retropeugeot.com Browse thru the old catalogs there. They may be able to tell you more about your bike.

emperortomato
January 12, 2009
I have a P8 version, pretty much the same gear, I was wondering how you went about converting this. I am undecided as to converting it to a single speed or just restoring it. Either way where can I get parts, cause French parts seem hard to find. Any help would help.

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