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Larry Reinecke

1983 505 & 1982 604 +Engines, Parts, Manuals

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Selling my friend's Peugeot collection for his widow.  2 diesel cars, 604 with engine installed (was running when it was parked in the shop a couple of years ago...), and a 505 with the engine removed.  Includes (2) diesel engines in the shop (minus the stands), many, many extra parts and a good selection of manuals.  Asking $2700.00 for the whole collection.  I am no Peugeot expert by any means, so please peruse the photos I have included and feel free to ask any questions and I will do my best to provide reasonable answers.  I'm really hoping this collection can go to someone who will appreciate it!  Reasonable offers considered.  Thanks, Larry

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Thanks for the location Larry.  I'm assuming the 505 is a parts car for the 604 as it looks like it'd be a lot of work to save.  

The 604 however looks in amazing shape.  It would be ideal if you could take pictures to verify it's rust free.  It should also be a 5sp, but the year would help figure out what motor should be in it.  Head should have a casting number on it saying XD2 or XD3.

Thanks,

Rabin

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Rabin,

The 604 is a 1982 model.  I stopped by this evening, but couldn't get the hood open by myself because it didn't want to pop up on its own when I pulled the hood release.  It was too dark out to get good pictures of the wheel wells of the car, but I was able to get a decent look at it and could not see any rust.  Known issues with this car: driver's door doesn't want to open, the linkage is messed up somehow, brakes are quite draggy at the moment, battery is totally dead, even with a charge it didn't want to turn the starter or run the power windows.  Yes, it is a 5 speed.

As to the 505, to the best of my knowledge all it needed was a running engine to be road-worthy. The paint on that car has a few issues, but I haven't spotted any obvious body damage.  It is my intention to sell both cars, the parts, engines and manuals as a complete lot, rather than try to break up the collection.

Thanks for you interest, and I will try to get some better pictures of the engine in the car as well as the two in the shop for identification purposes.

Larry

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Hi Larry - thanks for the update.  1982 likely means a XD2S Turbo diesel (2.3L) with a Bosch VE injection pump.

As for more pictures:  If you can take pictures of all 4 lower door seams, both side of engine compartment, dog legs inside rear doors, and inside trunk without the matt or carpet - that should show how rust free the car is.  

I wish I was in the market as I have a beautifully running 1986 505 TD 5sp that would make that 604 right.   I did forward it to a friend though who might be interested. 

Thanks,

Rabin

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