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PEUGEOT 504 Coupe
PEUGEOT 504 Coupe  1974 1982
1974 1982

The Peugeot 504 Coupe was almost identical with the cabrio version.
Launched at the same time as the latter, the coupe was just a tad more successful due to easy roof maintenance which, unlike the cabrio’s folding soft-top, could have only been harmed by falling rocks. Equally beautiful, the two cars registered entirely different sale figures with the cabriolet having been sold in some 8000 units and the coupe reaching close to 27,000 owners. The car went through some stylistic changes during its production, mainly changing the look of the front and rear ends as well as interior trims and dashboard.

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PEUGEOT 504 Cabriolet
PEUGEOT 504 Cabriolet  1974 1982
1974 1982

The first 504 Cabriolet model was unveiled during the 1969 Geneva saloon.
With bodywork styled by the famous Italian studio Pininfarina, these good looking but far from being cheap vehicles were available with a choice of 1.8 and 2.0 Injection, Ti and V6 engines. Beautifully designed, the car’s curvy lines contrast with some of the early style elements like the double rectangular headlights. Not a car best known for performance figures but certainly an Italian shaped beauty. The car went through small changes during its production, mostly involving the headlights, taillights and interior design.

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PEUGEOT 504   1968 1982
1968 1982

The 504 appeared on the market in late 1968 and it was crowned as the 1969 Car of The Year in Europe for its overall package.
Back in the late ’60s, Europe was not on the verge of power and speed, such as the Americans, which were in the middle of the muscle-car era. The customers asked for sedans with adequate interior room for five and fuel-efficient engines. As for the performance, there were just a few carmakers to offer that, but Peugeot was not one of them. It replaced the 404 range as its flagship model. By European standards, the 504 was a large family sedan, even though it was just 4.48 m (176.6”) long.

Peugeot relied on Pininfarina studios to design the car, and the result was a unique shape for those times, with a raked-forward rear window and a sloped-down trunk lid. At the front, its headlights featured a taller outer side. The flat grille sported two horizontal slats that supported the company’s badge: a lion. As an improvement on the safety side, Peugeot installed rubber blocks on the chromed metallic bumpers.

Inside, the carmaker installed a flat dashboard with a taller instrument cluster with three round dials. Its front bucket seats featured adjustable headrests, which was also something new for those times. In the back, the large bench was good for two since the transmission tunnel was tall and left room enough only for a child.

Under the hood, Peugeot introduced a range of gasoline and diesel engines ranged between 66 hp and 138 hp. A four-speed manual was fitted as standard for the entire range, while a three-speed automatic was on the options list for selected engine versions.

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