Peugeot 504 Cabriolet

The Peugeot 504 Cabriolet is designed and build (in Turin, beside the Alfa Duetto) by Pininfarina. Its biggest competitor was the Fiat 124 Sport Spider, also styled by Pininfarina. And not only was the Fiat 124 Sport Spider styled by Pininfarina, it was arguably the same overall design as the Peugeot 504. This was at a time when Italian design houses excelled at selling the same basic design to multiple manufacturers, but it was to be noted that Peugeot's Cabriolet was more expensive than the Fiat.

While the Peugeot 504 sedan premiered in September of 1968, the Coupe and the Cabriolet were not revealed to the public until the Geneva motor show in 1969. Technical they were identical to the 504 only the wheelbase was 15 cm shorter. At first only delivered with an injection engine of the 504 TI . From 1970 was the 1.971 cc engine available.

This original Dutch car dates back to 1978, a year in which classic elements as the stainless steel bumpers were combined with more modern details like rectangular head- and tail lights. With 106 HP the car delivers a very modern performance and thanks to the independent rear suspension has an excellent road holding and comfortable ride. This Peugeot 504 Cabriolet has only 132.500 km on the clock and is equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission.

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