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PEUGEOT U-08 restoration

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peugeot 1976 U-08

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total restoration on a '76 peugeot u-08. its got a dark turquoise paint job. im'm finally done. hollar

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if your spending 0 on spray paint.. just spend more and get it powder coated. ive spray painted a bike before and it doesnt come close to powder coating.

i'm sure i'll go that route

i'm sure i'll go that route in the future, live and learn.


Have the best graphics of any bike, why did you get rid of them?

its hard to tell from the

its hard to tell from the pictures, but when i bought the bike it was in pretty bad shape.. lots of rust and chips. i have considered buying some replica decals but money is the issue right now. trust me though, i'm aware of how awesome the peugeot paint jobs are, next bike i get will be a peugeot and its staying original.


those vuelta wheels, man. made by joytech. I stripped mine after working for one day. my roommate just stripped his joytechs (branded "ALIEN") a few hours after getting them. Careful!!


I guess I don't get the whole 0 paint job restoration on a bike thing...

i am painting it myself with

i am painting it myself with montana spray paint. in total i think its gonna cost about 0 for paint, primer and clear coat.

looks like my old bike:

looks like my old bike:

peugeot U-08

dude, thanks so much! i knew

dude, thanks so much! i knew it was made around 77 but i didnt know what kind it was. thanks! yours rules too. if mine was in better condition when i bought it i would have left it stock paint job. but eventually this will be done and i'll post newer pics.

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