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The 601 limousine, iconic and rare

In the spring of 1934 Peugeot introduced the 601. With this the brand returned to the six-cylinder side-valve and a…

Some dreams must remain dreams

Anyone who loves classic Peugeots will certainly agree: you often only find certain cars or parts if you are not…

J9 the chic workhorse

The Peugeot J9 is a real workhorse. From the first moment you take a seat behind the steering wheel, you…

The unexpected discovery

During the development of the 505, Peugeot is organizing four 'clinic tests' of the prototypes. These tests are held in…

Powerhouses

Two cars that perform above average. They are contemporaries. One is top model, the other is the clone of a…

Loved, lived and honored

Peugeot was very popular in Africa. For example, until 2001 27,000 cars of the Peugeot 504 were built in Kenya…

Les limousines

French limousines have always been a bit quirky. You bought a Peugeot 607 or Citroën C6 not only for the…

Timeless and loved

Compared to its predecessor 404, the Peugeot 504 was an ultramodern car. The striking…

No harshness

In October 1969 Peugeot introduced the 304. The car was intended to fill the gap between the 204 and the…

The battle on the curbstones of STW

Peugeot in the STW. Let's go back in the history of German touring car racing: STW stands for Super Tour…

Retired workhorse

Cars are restored, cherished and preserved for various reasons. Sometimes it is because the car belongs to the family. Like…

Peugeot Talbot Sport and the 205 Turbo 16

1985 was the year of Peugeot’s great preparation for future rally success. A year in which – after a first…

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