One-Owner Oddball: 1987 Peugeot 505 Turbo

Is there a point where a car becomes too obscure to justify owning it? Considering the cost of maintaining a vintage European car and a dwindling parts supply, deciding to be a caretaker for a car like this Peugeot… more»

French Gem: 1936 Peugeot 302

We rarely correlate Peugeot with any but the most pedestrian of cars, meant to ferry middle-class drivers to work and the grocery. But in the 1930s, Peugeot took a walk on the wild side, very successfully. Instrumental in this… more»

French Mercedes: 1985 Peugeot 505S Turbo Diesel

If you want to buy a new French car in the U.S. today, you have one choice and you had better be a trust fund baby or a YouTube mega-star, as the new Bugattis are sold out, even for… more»

BF Auction: 1961 Peugeot 403 Break Wagon

French manufacturers have earned a well-deserved reputation for producing cars that aren’t loaded with luxury appointments but feature excellent engineering and unsurpassed versatility. One such car is the Peugeot 403, which remains a firm favorite in many African nations… more»

French Flair: 1935 Peugeot 401D Cabriolet

Just a few articles ago, we mentioned the 1935 Peugeot Eclipse – a convertible  with a retractable hardtop. Now, here on eBay is a 1935 Peugeot 401D but in cabriolet form. The 401 and the slightly later 402 were… more»

Swine Snout: 1960 Peugeot D4B Panel Van

Collectors are conferring almost as much favor to vintage vans lately as they are to vintage trucks. Here on craigslist is a rare one, a 1960 Peugeot D4B panel van. These vans were first made in 1946 by Chenard-Walcker,… more»

No Reserve: 1985 Peugeot 505 Turbo/5-Speed

The two hardest things about a Peugeot are remembering how to spell it and remembering the last time that I saw one. I assumed that the French-Italian-American-German-British mashup known as Stellantis would bombard us with those and Citroens, but… more»

French Wagon: 1992 Peugeot 505 SW8

The difference a tune-up, a good cleaning, and lots of quality photos can do! We featured this Peugeot back in September of 2022 when it was being offered on craigslist for $3,950 in Alabama. It’s now located in New… more»

Parlez Vous Francais? 1971 Peugeot 504

Peugeot huh? Isn’t that now the company known as Stellantis that now builds Hellcat Challengers and Chargers? Hmmm. An old friend used to derisively refer to Peugeots as “Punchknots” and once you get a less-than-stellar idea about a product… more»

142 Miles from New: 1991 Peugeot 309 GTI

Every now and again, you come upon a low-mileage time capsule that doesn’t make much sense. In Europe, the Peugeot 205 GTI was one of the most iconic hot hatches, right up there with our own Volkswagen GTI and… more»

BF Auction: 1982 Peugeot 505 S Turbo Diesel

A few cars in the world are iconic, from the Ferrari to the Mini with a worldwide following of fans. There are also workhorses such as the Toyota pick-up, which may not be iconic, but is used worldwide and… more»

French Wagon: 1953 Peugeot 203

The 203 was Peugeot’s first new car introduced after World War II. It was a small family automobile that the French manufacturer built from 1948-60. Though not many were sold in the U.S., its styling would be reminiscent of… more»

Rare But Cheap: 1961 Peugeot 403 Wagon

In the United States, Peugeot has always made wagons part of its somewhat limited presence. Obviously, it’s really limited now given they don’t even sell cars here anymore, but when they did, models like the 505 Estate were among… more»

Rare Dangel 4×4: 1985 Peugeot 505 Break

There are a few updates from my personal garage that I need to share; among them, I am a newly minted owner of my first-ever French car, a 1988 Peugeot 505 Wagon that has been upgraded with a 3.0L… more»

French Carport Find: 1961 Peugeot 403

French auto manufacturer Peugeot has been in business for more than 200 years, but not in the USA for the last thirty. They sold cars in the States from 1958-90, but weak engines gave the brand a bad rap,… more»

European Hot Hatch: 1994 Peugeot 106 XSi

While Peugeot may not be well-known stateside, the company has a large market in Europe and South America, where they are known for their simple technology and overall affordability. The French brand tried to compete on U.S. soil as… more»

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