Today I found myself parked beside a Peugeot 106. This very one in fact:
Have a 408.
Welcome to Ridiculous Rebadges, a series of articles in which I go through and examine the details and circumstances surrounding some of the more infamous and some of the more esoteric vehicular rebadges throughout automotive history.
Some people are celebrating 4/7?
Official Peugeot promo video for their rallying effort in the 90's.
Convertibles have long exuded an image of glamour and extravagance; however, with every roof that goes down, there’s always the more practical issue of how to stow it away. Today, we take a look at the most interesting (or dreary) means of getting rid of that slab of metal (or cloth) above your head to let the wind…
After skirting the torrential rains that have been gracing the DFW area for the last few months now we got caught in the tail end of one of those systems. When there is a lot of rain before a cars and coffee weekend the dealership can not park their cars on the grass. The message “There will be limited parking…
Wobbles the Mind did this earlier, so I might as well give it a try myself.
Have a 406 coupé
An al fresco 206, continuing an old Peugeot idea.
Peugeot just unveiled the brand-new version of their successful 3008 crossover, and it looks nothing like its predecessor. Which is a huge relief, because said predecessor looked like a bloated egg. This new one, however, doesn’t stop at simply bringing the exterior design up to snuff. Oh no.
Yes, it’s got about as much in common with a standard 205 as my car does and it’s not a Peugeot.
Neat! Someone left this sitting around one of our labs today. I think it is from a 1.2L turbo 3 cylinder. A Google search shows that the blocks also have both logos on the casting. I’d love to see an Ecotec block with Chevy, GMC, Buick, Cadillac, and Opel logos all scattered across it.
So I used to work at a parts store here in NH that used to be a Robbins that was in a building that used to be a Studebaker dealership. Well, this poster was wedged between the parts shelves and a support column that held up a newer mezzanine.
Celebrate the 4th of May by buying a 405.