Jump to content

bkjunior

Members
  • Content Count

    6
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About bkjunior

  • Rank
    Peugeot Enthusiast

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    http://bobbykircher.com/

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Atlanta, Georgia

Recent Profile Visitors

2,716 profile views
  1. Yup! I'm PMing you. [edit] Here's the link: http://bobbykircher.com/1984-peugeot-505-for-sale
  2. Thanks! I believe that's an optical illusion but it does look like they're slanted eh?
  3. Hello! I'm sadly putting my pug up for sale. Takes a couple tries to start. Unfortunately, I don't have the time and resources to put into it so I'd like to find her a new home. The interior is in great shape: are no cracks in the dashboard, the seats are great other than a couple tears in the passenger seat. The engine is clean and the exterior could use a fresh coat of paint. 86,707 Miles. Car was purchased in the Atlanta area and kept around Georgia. I've kept it in a covered open garage for 3.5 years I've had it. Asking $3000 and open to offers. I've owned her for 4 years and have done this work: 2013 Head gasket repair Starter replaced Tires 2014 Both fuel pumps replaced 2016 Tune-up including new spark plugs and cables New battery Full details here: http://bobbykircher.com/1984-peugeot-505-for-sale
  4. Currently have my 1984 Peugeot 505 for sale. Please visit my page for more details!

    IMG_1810.jpg

  5. Name: Peugeot 505 S Category: North America Date Added: 2016-02-15 Submitter: bkjunior   Peugeot 505 S  
  6. I recently bought a 1984 Peugeot 505 S with only 75K miles on it and I'm starting to work on it. While my dad was a mechanic, I tend to appreciate cars and let the experts work on them. While in decent shape, it looks like that the fuel system and rear break system need to be overhauled. I've already invested $700 to shore up the A/C (which works great now) and to start the fuel system replacement. Now I need to replace the rear break system down to the rotors and the mech is charging $2000+ for it, mainly for the calibers which cost $500 for the pair. We're looking at remanufactured options, but still I'm looking at a $2000+ investment to do both. Am I in over my head with this considering the value of these cars? I love driving it and the interior is rather immaculate considering the age. I love the car and enjoy driving it. Just looking for some constructive criticism as to what to do next.
×
×
  • Create New...