Peugeot 504 Coupé, 1980
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Peugeot 504 Coupé, 1980

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Peugeot 504 Coupé, year 1980. Colour light green metallic combined with a beige (tan) leather interior, trimmed with beige carpet, a brown dashboard and tan/ brown door trim. This beautiful Peugeot 504 Coupé was sold new in Austria. The car was repainted in the original colour a few years ago, and the injection system and the cylinder head of the engine were overhauled. The car features the reliable 1971 cc 103 bhp four-cylinder engine, which is mated to a 5-speed manually operated gearbox which drives the rear wheels. Photos of the overhaul works are present. This 504 Coupé features an exclusive leather interior, the original alloy wheels shod with Michelin tyres, and chrome bumpers of the earlier model.

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Peugeot automobiles created beautiful coupe and convertible models based upon their four door sedan cars. Peugeot built coupe models of the 203, 204, 304, 404 and the featured Peugeot 504. Just like the convertible models the coupe cars were all beautiful automobiles. The 504 coupe and convertible were designed by PininFarina, just like the 504 Berlina. The coupe and convertible models were presented on the Geneva Motor Show in the year 1969. Mechanically the cars were the same as the 504 Berlina but their wheelbase was shortened. In the early years the cars were sold with a 1796 cc. four cylinder engine. Later the PRV*  2664 cc. V6 engine became available too in the coupe and convertible models. The Berlina was never sold with V6 engine. (* V6 engine developed by Peugeot/ Renault and Volvo). The cars were fitted with power brakes and disc brakes all round. The Peugeot 504 series was produced for a long time; the Berlina was built until 1983 and production of the coupe and convertible ceased in 1982.

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four cylinder engine
cylinder capacity: 1971 cc.
capacity: standard 103 bhp. at 5600 rpm.
gearbox: 4-speed, manual
top-speed: 180 km/h.
weight: 1220 kg.

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