Today’s thing rarely seen back home (and rarely in France too in fact)
Won nine of its seventeen races, including two Le Mans 24H, so the last image would have been a common sight for its rivals.
Voici la voiture d’aujourd’hui.
Things you didn’t know about the 505:
Little known fact about the 305:
I’ve only ever driven two Peugeots and the first was just like this:
Aside, I would love to see oxidized copper used (sparingly) as interior trim. I know we will end up saying “pew-gee-ought” over here in the US at first which turns this concept into the Pidgeot Onix from Pokemon French Copper. We’ll eventually end up saying Peugeot fairly well just to annoy Porsche and Jaguar. On…
Saddled down with the aftermath of wisdom tooth surgery, I decided it felt like a good day to do a Used Car Face-Off.
(must type fast, only 14 min to go...)
Today is the end of the income tax year in the UK.
Today’s a special day. It’s one of only twelve occasions in the year when the Americans get the day right.
We’ve had the 104 and 204 so as naturally as the following of day by night we find the 304. April is a good month for Peugeots as there’s a full suite of -04s.
Have a Peugeot 402, aka the French Chrysler Airflow that sold infinitly better.
The last one is the unusual one, by Frua.
Have a Peugeot 401, produced from 1934 to 1935. Over 13,000 of these were produced.
I seen’t it in Corsica and probably two others just like it. I literally had/have no idea what this is. I figured Oppo would be quicker than google
Courtesy of Peugeot. Yes, they used to make cars without a 0 in the middle.
A Scirocco and a Peugeot RCZ in the same shot. The RCZ is diesel, the Scirocco rather less so. How much more exciting can today get?