This is still available for $900.00.
Tks. Worth looking into..
Lots of admiration, but where are the buyers? Any suggestions?
191968 Peugeot 101 moped - $900.00A Collector’s Piece: Peugeot never exported the 101 mopedto the U.S. This bike was brought here from Paris by the owneralmost 50 years ago. It was kept in a garage until recently andcompletely restored. Original paint, decals, wheels, mudguards, andorange-beige panier bags. Engine and clutch re-worked. New tires, grips,cables, saddle, brakes, peddles. Registered
I AM an ancestor, a grandfather (83), riding my own 1968 Peugeot 101 that I brought over from Paris in 1975. It's been totally renovated, but still has the original paintwork, decals and panier sidebags. Hope one of my grandsons will eventually ride it.
Thought all was settled, but an engineering friend said empty the tank, drain the carburetor and shoot some oil in the spark plug hole. Which is better - emptying or filling?
Thanks for all the advice.
It will be in a garage, heated when freezing, otherwise unheated.
Seth, Thanks. Should keep it in good shape.
I have a just-renovated 1968 Peugeot 101 and wonder what is the best way to lay it up for winter?
Wouldn't mind riding my 101 along the quay at Monaco today!!
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How do I erase it immediately.
Tks. If it's only worth $400, put more into it to get it restored. Think it's a collector's piece, but may be kidding myself! Tks again.
Brought this 1968 Peugeot 101 from France 50 years ago. Sat in garage until recently when I found Bill Small, a moped restorer in Catonsville, Md. He got it back into running form, and it now whizzes around the neighborhood of Columbia, Md. It has all the bells and whistles - original paintwork, decals, mudguards, wheels, and orange-lidded panier bags. Engine and clutch restored. New tires, b