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  1. Does anyone have any historical information on Peugeot Canada from 1957-1992? I am attempting to write on article for a couple foreign Peugeot Clubs on Peugeots History in North America. Any assistance that you can provide would be greatly appreciated. I recently acquired an early 1980's Peugeot 505 sales brochure and the 505 series is based on the European 505 series (GR/SR) and not the 505's available in the United States (Base, S, STI). An Early Canadian Peugeot sales brochure that I have has a Lion Peugeot logo as the Canadian Distributor and later sales brochures have a Peugeot Canada/Peugeot Motors of America logo as the Canadian Distributor.
  2. The plastic automatic shift handle has just started to crack on my 1987 PEUGEOT 505. Does anyone have any potential sources for NOS automatic shift handles? I was provided with the following Peugeot Part Number: #240033. Thank you. Sean
  3. John, Good Morning! Please let me know if you still have any of the Peugeot 505 15" TRX alloy wheels available. If the wheels are still available can you forward me a picture? Do the wheels have any damage? Would the wheels be easily refinished? Also, do you have any plastic Peugeot center caps? Any other Peugeot 505 parts? Thanks, Sean
  4. Bill, Good Morning! Do you have any of the Peugeot 505 Owner's Manuals, Maintenance Record Books, Dealer Directories still available from your 1986 Peugeot 505 Turbo? Thanks, Sean
  5. Greetings fellow Peugeot enthusiasts! I have a 1984 Peugeot 505 "S" sedan with a mere 36,000 original miles. The engine is an XN6 with the three speed automatic transmission. I have been having a problem starting the engine after the vehicle has been parked for a period of time. The engine will not start from cold on its own. If I place my foot lightly on the accelerator pedal while starting the car, the engine will start. Once the engine is warmed up, it starts up immediately. I have done some research on-line and it appears that the problem may be the Bosch cold start valve. Does any one have any suggestions? I wanted to know if anyone has any "NEW" Peugeot 505 sedan "chrome" plastic drip rail trim pieces for both the left and right sides. This is the long chrome piece along the edge of the roof. Also, I have been searching for a 1984 Peugeot Dealer Product Facts Book, original factory 1984 Peugeot 505 Sales Brochure and any road tests on the 505 "S." If anyone has any of these items available, please let me know. Thank you for your assistance. Sean
  6. Greetings! My 1982 Peugeot 504 Diesel Wagon is located in New York State. Sean Peugeot Owner/Enthusiast and Club Member 1987 Peugeot 505 Liberte Wagon, (17K) 1984 Peugeot 505 "S", (36K) 1982 Peugeot 504 Diesel Wagon, (43K) Numerous Peugeot Bicycles, Pepper Mills and Grinders
  7. FOR SALE: 1982 Peugeot 504 Diesel Wagon with a mere 43,000 original miles. As I mentioned in a previous posting the vehicle needs a complete restoration to be perfect. XD2 Diesel Engine and Three Speed Automatic Transmission are perfect. "NEW" Bosch Diesel Battery. The body has some small rusted areas. The interior is perfect except for some lost material on the driver's seat and a few seam splits. The cargo area and wood are "as new." The diesel engine, cooling system and transmission have been regularly serviced. There has been a lot of interest in the sale of the Diesel Engine and Transmission. I plan to sell the Peugeot to someone who will restore the vehicle. The vehicle is offered at BEST OFFER. Please contact Mr. Sean Donohue, (Peugeot Enthusiast/Owner) at sdonorion@aol.com for further information.
  8. 1982 Peugeot 504 Diesel Wagon For Sale. Mist Metallic, Automatic, Air Conditioning (not cooling), Manual Windows. My family has owned this Peugeot for over twenty-eight years. This Peugeot 504 Wagon is ideal for a restoration. It has been garaged since new, but was used during our Northeast winters. The vehicle has rusted areas on the hood, tailgate, doors and rockerpannels that would need to repaired. Regular maintenance has been conducted by a local import garage each summer using only genuine Peugeot parts. The technician and owner both commented on how solid the car is. The vehicle is all original, no accidents or dents. This fine motorcar has 43,000 original miles. The front windshield delaminated and I replaced it with a NOS Peugeot 504 windshield. The interior is in excellent condition. The front driver's seat has a split in the seam of the basketweave PeugeotTex upholstery. I am hopeful that a fellow Peugeot enthusiast will be interested in this vehicle to restore. In addition to this Peugeot 504, I still own two beautiful Peugeot 505's. My 1987 Peugeot 505 Liberte Wagon has a mere 17,500 miles, while my 1984 Peugeot 505 "S" sedan has only 37,000 miles. I have been a proud member of L'Aventure Musee Peugeot and a number of worldwide Peugeot Clubs for over twenty-five years. The 1982 Peugeot 504 Diesel Wagon is offered at BEST OFFER by a Peugeot Enthusiast. Please email Sean at SDONORION@aol.com for further information.
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