peugeot rotary phantom

kiriyama

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Found this abandoned in my ex-neighbours shed while looking for a lost cat! will get round to doing some research and post some better pictures tomorrow. Apart from the words "Peugeot, rotary and phantom" and a made In France sticker I don't no know much more? I'm considering keeping its as its probably destined for the rubish tip if anyone ever buys the house!
 

Tony Raynor

Need for steeds
Front forks look ropey but that could be just surface rust. Looks like a proper resto project with quite a few seized nuts, bolts and components.

That said I can see it being a nice bike if done properly. Can't see the words peugeot on it though. Better pictures would help to see what components are on it and help people give a more informed guess to make model etc
 
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kiriyama

kiriyama

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Its got pleanty of surface rust! But nothing seems TOO seized up. Will get some better pictures tomorrow.
 
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kiriyama

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Better pics as promised, tried to get pictures of anything that could help identify it. Apparently peugeot made a lot of bikes.... ^_^ IIt's the Rotary bit that's thrown me. Would this have been a brand who used Peugeot frames?

Before I go searching does anyone have any links to examples of bike restorations? Perhaps someone who has blogged from start to finish?

it would be good to do a total restoration rather than the easier route of turning it into a trendy single speed!

Apologies some of the pictures have rotated when i uploaded them from my phone!

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