Peugeot 205 Look

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An outstanding original Peugeot 205 Look with just 26,787 miles from new.

EQUIPMENT
Special edition ‘Look’ decals, load adjustable headlamps, 2 reversing lamps, rear fog lamp, laminated windscreen, heated rear window, tailgate wash/wipe, locking petrol cap, sunroof, full wheel covers, chrome bumper inserts, Clarion OFAD radio/cassette, interior courtesy lamp, sunvisors with passenger vanity mirror, glovebox, front door bins, fold down rear seats. Factory options; Metallic paint. Dealer accessories; Mud flaps.

EXTERIOR
This iconic supermini from Peugeot, largely credited for turning Peugeot’s fortunes around in the 1980’s, the 205 needs little introduction and indeed recently celebrated 40 years since launch in 1983. This incredible limited edition ‘Look’ has covered just 26,787 miles from new and remains original, preserved and unspoilt. Finished in factory optional Topaz Blue metallic, (Code M0LZ), the paint finish is in amazing order boasting a bright uniform finish. The critical eye will detect a few light touched in scratches mainly to the nearside front wing, quite insignificant. The ‘Look’ badges and decals are as new and all trim sections are fully intact. The underside is remarkably clean thanks to garage storage from new. Factory Peugeot Sekurit glass, supplying dealership rear number plate and rear screen sticker underline the time warp credentials.

INTERIOR
Fitted with the special edition ‘Look’ interior featuring Blue Stratos Tweed seat trim with matching door inserts, it is clear to see this low mileage example has truly been cherished. Terms such as ‘perfect’ and ‘as new’ are sometimes used loosely, however they are entirely justified in this instance. The upholstery is perfect with no wear whatsoever, and all interior trim is showroom fresh. The fascia is pristine and all controls and gauges operate seamlessly. Specially tailored ‘Look’ carpet mats are fitted too. The boot area is simply immaculate, with the painted under carpet area as new and the rear seat belt reel housings even have factory stickers still attached. Reminiscent of a 1990 Peugeot Talbot showroom car, this very special 205 is hugely nostalgic.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
Fabulous, fun and spirited, this 1124cc TU1 engine produces 53bhp and is a real delight to drive. Simplistic maintenance and excellent parts availability keep running costs to a bare minimum. The engine bay is very clean and displays all factory stickers and plates as well as 205 inner wing stamps, PDI markings and painted colour code. Even the factory hand applied rocker cover sign-off is still clearly visible! The 4-speed gearbox is light with a positive clutch action.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The original steel wheels still wear the factory full width wheel trims which are in very good order. Five branded 155/70 R13 tyres were fitted new in 2023 covering virtually no miles and the spare being unused. Split circuit servo-assisted brakes incorporating front discs and rear drums offer assured stopping power.

HISTORY FILE
Supplied by Peugeot Main Dealers, Carrs of Castleford, on the 2nd August 1990, first lady owner cherished her pride and joy for 25 years, where upon her passing the car was transferred to her husband. Used sparingly as a second car, the Peugeot was always kept in a heated garage and had covered a remarkably low 25,802 miles from new when KGF Classic Cars purchased the car directly from the owner’s family in 2019. The car was subsequently sold by KGF Classic Cars to a Peugeot collector in Ireland, where by pure coincidence it has since made its way back to Peterborough and we were given the opportunity to buy the car back!

All the handbooks contained in the black A5 folder remain with the car including the service book with nine stamped entries. The cambelt and water pump are documented to have been changed with less than 1,000 miles covered since and an engine service has been carried out in February 2024. Two sets of Peugeot keys, dealer keyring and the original key code tags are present as is a special edition 205 Look brochure. Named Car Magazine’s ‘Car of the Decade’ in 1990, the year this car was made, the Peugeot 205 was regarded as the benchmark for superminis for many years and this exemplary example is a fitting tribute to this accolade. An unmissable opportunity for the collector and avid Peugeot enthusiast, and perfect as a starter classic. If you wish to celebrate 40+ years of the 205 then seek no further than this beautifully preserved Look!

HPI Clear.

Peugeot 205 Junior

FOR SALE
An exceptional Peugeot 205 Junior with only 15,796 miles from new.

EQUIPMENT
Special edition ‘Junior’ decals to bodyside and tailgate, unique Denim seat trim and door panel inserts, aerodynamic full wheel covers, chrome bumper inserts, load adjustable headlamps, 2 reversing lamps, rear fog lamp, laminated windscreen, heated rear window, tailgate wash/wipe, locking petrol cap, pop-up sunroof, Clarion CRN28 radio/cassette, interior courtesy lamp, sunvisors with passenger vanity mirror, glovebox, front door bins, fold down rear seats, internally adjustable door mirrors. Dealer accessories; Peugeot tailored rubber floor mats.

EXTERIOR
This iconic supermini from Peugeot, largely credited for turning Peugeot’s fortunes around in the 1980’s, the 205 needs little introduction and has recently celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2023! This incredible limited edition ‘Junior’ has covered just 15,796 miles from new and remains in original unmolested condition. Finished in Alpine White, (Code P3WT), the factory paint finish has been preserved in amazing order boasting a polished uniform finish. This remarkably straight example has not suffered the common ding prone existence and close scrutiny will detect nothing other than a few touched in chips. The ‘Junior’ badges and decals are bright and fully intact. The underside is preserved perfectly and is structurally amazing with no repairs having ever been required. Factory Peugeot Sekurit glass etched on every pane to confirm original fitment, supplying dealership number branded plates and rear screen sticker underline the time warp credentials. One of the best.

INTERIOR
Fitted with the special edition and uber chic ‘Junior’ interior, this ultra-low mileage example has clearly been cherished from new. The term ‘time warp’ is sometimes used loosely, however entirely justified in this instance. The simply brilliant Demin upholstery with contrasting brown stitching, leather 205 Junior patches and 205 tags to the headrests are perfect with no notable wear whatsoever. All interior trim is in amazing order with the only notable imperfection being a small crack to the left of the instrument binnacle. Genuine Peugeot tailored rubber floor mats protect the spotless denim coloured carpet. The fascia is pristine and all controls and gauges operate seamlessly, including the factory fitted Clarion CRN28 radio/cassette. The boot area is simply immaculate, with the painted under carpet area as new and the rear seat belt reel housings even have factory stickers still attached. The pristine denim-coloured parcel shelf is pin straight. Reminiscent of a 1993 Peugeot showroom car, this certainly is no ordinary 205.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
Fabulous, fun and spirited, this 1124cc TU1 engine produces 53bhp and is a real delight to drive with a top speed of 101.8mph and 0-62mph in 13.9 seconds. Simplistic maintenance and excellent parts availability keep running costs to a bare minimum. The engine bay is spotless and displays all factory stickers and plates as well as the faint painted colour code, scuttle chassis stamp and correct grey slam panel. The 5-speed gearbox is light with a positive clutch action and typical of small lightweight French cars of the era, this 205 is so much fun to drive!

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The original steel wheels still wear the factory full wheel trims which are in very good order with no cracks and only very faint hairline scratches to two of the faces. Matching branded 165/70 R13 tyres were fitted in 2020 and have covered less than 500 miles. The underslung spare wheel sits in a bright white cage and still wears an unused factory original Michelin MXL tyre still with coloured banding! Split circuit servo-assisted brakes incorporating front discs and rear drums offer assured stopping power.

HISTORY FILE
Supplied by Peugeot Main Dealers, Currie Motors in Surbiton on the 19th March 1993, the first owner cherished their pride and joy for 28 years and there have been just two enthusiast owners since. Used sparingly, the Peugeot has always been garaged and has covered a remarkably low 15,796 miles from new! The previous keeper housed the car alongside his Volvo 340 which has been in the family since new and a very rare Mary Quant Designer Mini! A cambelt and tensioner change was carried out in September 2023.

All spare keys are present and a neat file holds MOT records, invoices and numerous period Peugeot 205 brochures including those for the Junior edition. Named Car Magazine’s ‘Car of the Decade’ in 1990, the Peugeot 205 was regarded as the benchmark for superminis for many years and this exemplary example is a fitting tribute to this accolade. There is also a 1989 Car Magazine test feature with 10 superminis where the Peugeot ranks top, ahead of even the much newer designed Mk3 Fiesta! Beautifully preserved with wonderful credentials, an unmissable opportunity for the collector and avid Peugeot enthusiast, and perfect as a starter classic. Celebrate 40+ years of the 205 with this delightful Junior!

MOT November 2024, HPI Clear.

Peugeot Buxy

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A deliciously 90’s Peugeot Buxy unregistered with just 21 miles!

MODEL HISTORY
Peugeot Motorcycles designed the Buxy model in conjunction with a series of trendy 50cc bikes which included the chic Zenith and distinctive Squab and Speedake models and even a fully electric version called the Scoot’elec. Hugely popular particularly in European cosmopolitan cities very few survived past the Millennium!

EQUIPMENT
High tensile tubular steel frame, impact resistant ABS plastic body panels, ASA colour impregnated body, Buxy decals, integrated indicators, light alloy wheels, upside-down telescopic fork front suspension, mono hydraulic shock absorber rear suspension, front disc brake, electric start, automatic choke, speedometer, fuel gauge, mirrors, low oil warning light, electric horn, helmet storage, steering lock, case hardened steel theft proof ring, under seat lockable compartment.

EXTERIOR
This Buxy in the original colour scheme Purple, (Code VK), is virtually perfect, commensurate with a bike covering just 21 miles with only a light scratch to the headlight faring. The rugged styled trim pieces and ‘Buxy’ decals are fully intact and damage free and all clips, nuts and bolts are excellent. The footboard, faring, rubbers and switchgear are all as new, as is the seat which lifts to reveal factory stickers intact as well as the original frame number stamp. An effortlessly stylish and beautifully preserved example, perfect for café culture fashionistas, or as the brochure suggests, riding through a stream while your friends watch and clap!

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
The 2-stroke single cylinder air cooled engine features CDI ignition, automatic choke and electric start for effortless everyday use. This quiet 50cc unit is incredibly frugal! All mechanical components are spotless clean with factory PDI dabs preserved and the original exhaust remains fitted. The fully auto transmission with automatic centrifugal clutch works perfectly and allows straightforward fool proof scootering with a guaranteed beaming smile!

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The gunmetal light alloy wheels are original and as new as are the super-chunky factory fitted Michelin Reggae tyres of size 120/90-10 front and 130/90-10 rear which still have rubber nobbles and coloured banding within the tread. This Buxy features a single 190mm front disc and 110mm rear drum braking set up which stops the bike quickly and safely.

HISTORY FILE
In 1995, a company called Three Cross Motorcycles began importing Peugeot scooters to the UK. Mr Gudgeon, a Garden Centre Proprietor, purchased a number of unregistered scooters with the idea to retail them from his Garden Centre business. The Buxy was priced at £1,549 + OTR charges but after limited success with this venture, it was decided that his skills lay in selling soil and mulch, not scooters and mopeds! All bikes were sold bar two, this Buxy and a similar Zenith L model. The very minimal mileage was accrued as the scooters were used for fun on the large garden centre site and they were stored at other times in one of the large dry barns. KGF Classic Cars are selling this bike as an unregistered example, however an official dating certificate has been acquired from Peugeot Scooters confirming the bike was manufactured on the 10th November 1995. This will allow the bikes to easily be UK registered with the DVLA. The bike starts, runs and rides and all functions operate, however the bike is being sold as an unregistered collector’s example for display and full recommissioning, MOT and registration will be required if the bike is to be put into use.

The original service and warranty book are present along with a sales brochure and price list as well as the original build label and Three Cross Motorcycles PDI certificate. The decade of boy bands, Gladiators and Global Hypercolor t-shirts, the 90’s could not be more in vogue right now and what better way to celebrate this than an as new Peugeot Buxy scooter!

Peugeot Zenith L

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A deliciously 90’s Peugeot Zenith L unregistered with just 61 miles!

MODEL HISTORY
Peugeot Scooters designed the Zenith L and Zenith M models in conjunction with a series of trendy 50cc bikes which included the chunky tyre semi-offroad Buxy model and even a fully electric version called the Scoot’elec. This Zenith L model is the higher specification of the Zenith duo and over the M it received larger tyres, front disc brake with improved front suspension and a fuel gauge as opposed to a fuel light.

EQUIPMENT
High tensile tubular steel frame, impact resistant ABS plastic body panels, ASA colour impregnated body, Zenith decals, integrated indicators, light alloy wheels, Sport-Type telescopic fork front suspension, mono hydraulic shock absorber rear suspension, front disc brake, electric start, automatic choke, speedometer, fuel gauge, mirrors, low oil warning light, electric horn, helmet storage, steering lock, case hardened steel theft proof ring, under seat lockable compartment.

EXTERIOR
The original colour scheme in Magic Blue, (Code MB), is perfect in condition with no damage whatsoever, commensurate with a bike covering just 61 miles. The trim pieces and ‘Zenith’ decals are fully intact and damage free and all clips, nuts and bolts are excellent. The footboard, faring, rubbers and switchgear are all as new, as is the seat which lifts to reveal factory stickers intact as well as the original frame number stamp. An effortlessly stylish and beautifully preserved example, perfect for café culture fashionistas, or as the brochure suggests, sitting on the bike wearing shoulder padded jackets and flirting!

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
The 2-stroke single cylinder air cooled engine features CDI ignition, automatic choke and electric start for effortless everyday use. This quiet 50cc unit is incredibly frugal! All mechanical components are spotless clean with factory PDI dabs preserved and the original exhaust remains fitted. The fully auto transmission with automatic centrifugal clutch works perfectly and allows straightforward fool proof scootering with a guaranteed beaming smile!

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The gunmetal light alloy wheels are original and as new as are the factory fitted Michelin SL tyres of size 100/90-10 which still have rubber nobbles and coloured banding within the tread. This higher specification Zenith L features a single 155mm front disc and 110mm rear drum braking set up which stops the bike quickly and safely.

HISTORY FILE
In 1995, a company called Three Cross Motorcycles began importing Peugeot scooters to the UK. Mr Gudgeon, a Garden Centre Proprietor, purchased a number of unregistered scooters with the idea to retail them from his Garden Centre business. The Zenith was priced at £1,449 + OTR charges but after limited success with this venture, it was decided that his skills lay in selling soil and mulch not scooters and mopeds! All bikes were sold bar two, this Zenith and a similar Buxy model. The very minimal mileage was accrued as the scooters were used for fun on the large garden centre site and they were stored at other times in one of the large dry barns. KGF Classic Cars are selling this bike as an unregistered example, however an official dating certificate has been acquired from Peugeot Scooters confirming the bike was manufactured on the 10th November 1995. This will allow the bikes to easily be UK registered with the DVLA. The bike starts, runs and rides and all functions operate, however the bike is being sold as an unregistered collector’s example for display and full recommissioning, MOT and registration will be required if the bike is to be put into use.

The original service and warranty book are present along with a sales brochure and price list as well as the original build label and Three Cross Motorcycles PDI certificate. The decade of big battling bands, The Big Breakfast and big bold colours, the 90’s could not be more in vogue right now and what better way to celebrate this than an as new Peugeot Zenith scooter!

Peugeot 306 Rallye

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The last ever registered Peugeot 306 Rallye with only 309 miles from new.

EQUIPMENT
Body colour sports bumpers, side impact beams, halogen headlamps, body coloured door mirrors, rear spoiler, wide bodyside mouldings, chrome exhaust extension, tinted glass, power steering, height adjustable drivers seat, pretentioned front seat belts with weblocks, drivers airbag, headlight height adjust, Clarion radio/cassette player with remote steering column control, remote central locking, transponder engine immobiliser, digital clock, remote petrol cap release, map reading light. Dealer Options; Clarion 6-disc autochanger, Rallye carpet mats.

EXTERIOR
Every inch a drivers, car this limited edition Peugeot 306 Rallye is finished in solid Bianca White and the factory applied paint throughout is impeccable with a stunning glossy finish. Only 200 were finished in this striking colour making the deliciously retro Rallye decals contrast vibrantly, especially after being replaced due to slight fading with genuine items from Peugeot, such was the fastidious nature of the former enthusiast keeper. All green tint Sekurit glass has the Peugeot logo and along with all other trim, light clusters and rubbers are in perfect condition. Commensurate with the astonishingly low 309 miles covered the underside and wheel arch apertures are remarkable and worthy of any showmanship. A delectably de-frilled, lighter and rarer version of the 306 GTi-6 this Rallye is very special.

INTERIOR
Finished with Phoenix Cloth trim the sparse interior not only presents like a new car but still retains a familiar new car smell! With less sound deadening, no fog lights and no electric windows or mirrors, this stripped out hot hatch weighs just 1163kg, 52kg less than the GTi-6, and the primary focus is driver thrills. All gauges, controls and electrics function including the Clarion radio/cassette with optional 6-disc player installed in the boot. Genuine Peugeot Rallye floor mats are fitted, (the driver’s side with an additional carpet mat protecting the original), and a Peugeot seat cover is included. The boot area along with the rest of the car is untouched.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
It may have the allure but it really is the performance that is most impressive about the Peugeot 306 Rallye. The Gruff metallic exhaust howl from the XU 2.0 litre engine develops 167bhp, enough to sprint from 0-60mph in 7.8 seconds and on to a top speed of 137mph. The engine bay presents fabulously with every sticker, label and stamp factory correct. The factory oil filter is still wrapped in its paper wrapper but the car has had oil changes and a cambelt change. The 6-speed transmission and clutch action works precisely.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
Cyclone alloy wheels are unmarked and shod in factory specified Pirelli P6000 195/55 R15 tyres. These were changed due to flat spots on the originals but all four replacements were sourced at great expense and are correctly dated. The braking system features ABS with discs all-round to offer straight and strong stopping power.

HISTORY FILE
This limited edition Peugeot 306 Rallye is one of just 500 made and is the last one ever registered on the 12th May 2000. Well known to Peugeot enthusiasts and recognised by many car fanatics due to the numerous magazine features, all included in the history file. The cars initial future was uncertain after Peugeot UK repossessed an entire dealers stock and placed it all into storage at GEFCO UK Ltd in Corby where the cars stood unused for several years. When Peugeot announced the closure of its plant at Ryton, near Coventry, the cars were sold off and this particular example was purchased by John Mann on the 8th October 2007 who immediately advertised it on the Peugeot 306 GTi-6 & Rallye forum where is was snapped up by previous owner and 306 Rallye Registrar, Carl Chambers. Carl purchased the car with 97 miles on the clock and has owned it ever since. Rarely does it leave his side other than being trailered to Peugeot events, motor shows and even Peugeot UK has the car on display at their head office!

Supplied with all handbooks, brochures, spare keys and magazines featuring the car, this really is an unrepeatable opportunity and KGF Classic Cars are honoured to be a part of the cars history and helping it to secure a new appreciative owner.

HPI Clear.

Peugeot 205 1.6 GTI

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A unique Phase 1 Peugeot 205 1.6 GTI with just one owner from new.

EQUIPMENT
Remote control door mounted mirrors, red inserts in bumper and body side mouldings, front air dam and rear spoiler, halogen headlamps, two halogen driving lamps, opening rear quarter windows, rev counter, water temperature gauge, oil pressure gauge, oil temperature gauge, leather trimmed sports steering wheel, interior courtesy lamp, map reading lamp, glovebox lamp, digital clock, split folding rear seats, three rear seatbelts. Factory options; Sunroof. Dealer options; Tailored Peugeot floor mats, mud flaps, locking wheel nuts, cassette holder, extended warranty (expired), sunroof deflector, fire extinguisher, Scorpion 737 alarm.

EXTERIOR
This outstanding Peugeot 205 GTI 1.6 finished in original Alpine White, (Code P0WT), boasts incredible credentials with having just one owner from new. The fanatical dedication and the owner’s absolute adoration for the car is clearly evident in the stunning condition of this garaged example. The lightweight fragile panels are straight and free from the common dings and scuffs, and some light age-related markings are insignificant and more than appropriate for an untouched unrestored car. This early 1987 car displays correct Phase 1 features including the Siem driving lamps, round base door mirrors, rear spoiler with squared ends bonded to the rear screen and the fluted rear applique with Peugeot and 205 GTi badges correctly affixed left and right accordingly. Further originality is seen in the factory etched glass with all stickers and labels intact along with the Peugeot Talbot Sport front and rear stickers that have been fitted since new. This is an outstanding unmolested example and not the usual multi owner thrashed hothatch!

INTERIOR
Interior features for the Phase 1 cars are quite distinctive, namely the notably different dashboard featuring slider heating controls as well as the door cards in grey vinyl/red lower carpet which finish short of the window sill leaving a strip of exposed painted metal. The ribbed velour/cord upholstery is spotlessly clean and tight and all seat structure has retained correct shape and firmness. The bolster material to the driver’s seat has been professional retrimmed. All the clear sports dials show healthy readings and operate faultlessly, as do the push button switches and slider controls. The bright red carpeting, anthracite headlining and fully trimmed door cards are in excellent condition with even genuine Peugeot carpets mats being protected with further mats! The factory Philips PLL Quartz 553 radio cassette player with the standard four speaker system remain fitted and operational as does the digital clock. A wonderful period ‘hot hatch’ interior.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
The lively performance of the 1580cc XU5JA engine with correct Bosch L-Jetronic fuel injection produces 115BHP at 6250 rpm and 98.4 lb. Ft of torque. Performance credentials in a car weighing just 850kg are guaranteed to stir up excitement! The clean engine bay displays factory plates, stickers, inner wing stamp and scuttle lip chassis stamp as well as the black slam panel and paint code stencilled above the nearside headlamp remaining factory correct. The Scorpion alarm siren is placed where the jack is normally housed but the original jack is present. The five-speed gear box feels light and direct.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The standard 12-hole centre-less Speedline SL201 5.5J x 14 alloy wheels are pristine and feature the correct diamond cut centre sections, a feature very often lost upon a compromised refurbishment. Michelin 185/60 HR14 tyres are fitted all round with plenty of tread and the spare wheel remains shod in the factory Michelin MXV tyre. Dual circuit hydraulic vacuum servo assisted brakes incorporates front vented discs with floating callipers and rear drums to match the performance dynamics perfectly.

HISTORY FILE
Registered on the 27th March 1987 by Peugeot Main Dealer, Poplar Garages of Billingshurst, this remarkable example was purchased new by Mr and Mrs Cockram. Registered in Mrs Cockram’s name, the car has remained in her ownership ever since with the V5 displaying zero former keepers. The colossal history file is simply incredible and thorough perusal of the massive history folder would consume hours! The original new car sales invoice is made out to Mrs Cockram and confirms £7,730.59 as the purchase price and is accompanied by welcome letters from the supplying dealer, Poplar Garages. All paperwork is neatly filed in chronological order and contains service and maintenance invoices dating back to when the car was new in 1987. The blue Peugeot A5 wallet containing all handbooks, guides and dealership point of sale literature is accompanied by the original service booklet fully stamped and with comprehensive hand written note recording in minute detail all work undertaken throughout the car’s lifetime. A documented service was carried out in April 2022 at 84,207 miles and the most recent cambelt change was done at 82,106 miles. The fanatical owners are Peugeot Sport Club members and viewed themselves effectively as custodians of the car and responsible for its preservation in every respect, even down to retaining original dealership paper floor mats, spare keys with fobs and Peugeot bulb kit, in addition to the huge vehicle history file. An unmissable opportunity to acquire a Peugeot 205 GTi that has been used, enjoyed, cared for and preserved exactly as it should be, this is a very special car.

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Peugeot 405 GRI

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A Peugeot 405 GRI 2.0 Petrol family owned from new and only 28,992 miles.

EQUIPMENT
Bodyside mouldings with bright insert, deep front spoiler, rear bumper skirt, four halogen headlamp system, front fog lamps, power assisted steering, laminated windscreen, tinted glass, heated and electrically adjustable door mirrors, electric front and rear windows, remote central locking, electric sunroof, digital clock, map reading lamp, front and rear head restraints, ski flap boot access, Peugeot stereo cassette, tachometer, brake fluid level and pad wear indicator, intermittent wipers, washer jets mounted on wiper arms. Factory Options; Automatic gearbox, metallic paint. Dealer accessories; Peugeot rubber floor mats, servicing package, (expired).

EXTERIOR
A stylish design by Pininfarina, this Peugeot 405 GRI is finished in Peugeot Saxon Blue, (Code MOPJ), and is in superb order with a lovely uniform shine throughout thanks to the low 28,992 miles covered. The often ding prone body panels are remarkably straight with only light scratches and touched in markings commensurate with the vehicles age. All trim sections, lights and etched glass with factory labels are well preserved and the supplying Peugeot dealer rear screen sticker, tax disc holder and factory labels in the door apertures further uphold the originality. There is a small compression to the lower rear bumper skirt, quite unnoticeable. Classic chic lines from Peugeots design heyday to truly take your breath away!

INTERIOR
The sumptuous and immensely comfortable interior is typically ‘of the era’ from French manufacturers with large soft seats and plush upholstery. The spotless Feriane velour upholstery is virtually perfect thanks to the wonderfully low mileage and pampered care. The headlining and door cards are fully intact and the carpets have been protected from new by Peugeot rubber floor mats, as specified on the original sales invoice. The fascia and switchgear are as new and the original Peugeot stereo cassette remains fitted. All functions and controls operate perfectly. A clean boot area completes the package. A spacious modern classic interior, brilliantly cared for and ready for retro family classic car outings.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
The four-cylinder 1998cc engine with multipoint fuel injection develops 123bhp and 179Nm of torque to offer spritely performance whilst achieving a very respectable top speed of 120mph and 0-62mph in 12.5 seconds. The engine is wonderfully quiet and smooth and a stark contrast to the XUD diesel but just as bombproof! The engine bay is very clean and displays factory stickers, plates and panel stampings across the slam panel as well as the strut-top paint code label. The 2.0 GRi model is perfectly suited to the four speed automatic transmission which operates perfectly and is surprisingly smooth for the era.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The wheels remain fitted with the correct Peugeot full wheel covers which are in superb order with no kerb damage. Matching premium brand Uniroyal RainExpert 185/65 R14 tyres have masses of tread remaining. The twin circuit diagonally split braking system features discs all round, ventilated to front, to offer assured stopping power.

HISTORY FILE
The original consignment notice from PSA wholesale Ltd is in the history file and the car was supplied new on the 31st August 1993 by Peugeot Main Dealer, TFL Kensington. Destined to spend its entire life with the same family from new and so far, covering just 28,992 miles, the first owner was Mr Donald Fair who purchased the car at a pre-registered discount of 10% and negotiated free rubber mats and a service package. This is all detailed on the original sales invoice and handover checklist in the history file whereby the price paid was £13,151.18. Upon Mr Fair’s passing in 1996 the car passed to his wife, Mrs Marjorie Fair, who used the car sparingly until 2012 when she decided to cease using the car and have ownership transferred to her son, Christopher fair, who has owned it ever since!

The dealer supplied Peugeot wallet contains all handbooks, operating guides and point of sale literature, including even a Peugeot carrier bag and napkin! The original service record book is present contains stamped entries for the early years of the car. Furthermore, the history file contains invoices and receipts whereby in recent years the car was serviced and maintained by the same independent specialist. A documented cambelt change was carried out in October 2018 at 26,518 miles and a service has just been carried out in January 2021. Completing the history file is the original Peugeot 405 sales brochure used by Mr Fair when he purchased the car, complete with his notes. Mr Fair even kept a ‘What Car’? magazine article from 1993 whereby the Peugeot 405 was compared against the Ford Mondeo, Mazda 626, Nissan Primera, Rover 416, Toyota Carina E, Vauxhall Cavalier and Volkswagen Vento. ‘What Car?’ awarded the Peugeot top of its class! This low mileage and very capable 405 drives superb and, as per the famous television advert, is perfect for evading spontaneously erupting maize fields!

HPI Clear.

Peugeot 309 GE

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An early Peugeot 309 GE with an incredible 16,437 miles from new.

EQUIPMENT
Two door mirrors, push button tailgate opening, load adjustable halogen headlamps, reversing lamps and rear fog lamps, panoramic laminated windscreen, body colour grill and decorative rear panel, inertia reel front and rear seat belts, heated rear window, interior fuel filler flap release, interior courtesy lamp, sunvisors with passenger vanity mirror, fold down rear seats, driver’s front door bin, cubby box in fascia, Philips AN232 pre-selection radio. Dealer accessories; Mud flaps, dealer branded floor mats.

EXTERIOR
This early Phase 1 Peugeot 309 GE is finished in the deliciously retro colour of Antelope Beige, (Code EDW), a colour more often seen on older models such as the 305 and 505. Having covered just 16,437 miles from new, the factory panels and paintwork are simply remarkable and all panel edges and seams are pin sharp. The lightweight panels are completely free from the usual dings and the paintwork boasts a wonderful uniform shine with only very minimal markings and touch ups. The underside is preserved incredibly well and even the exhaust still has labels intact! Factory Peugeot Saint Gobain and Triplex glass and supplying dealership number plates further uphold the originality and all lightweight trim is fully intact and damage free. A preserved early base model example now otherwise virtually extinct.

INTERIOR
This delightfully 1980’s interior is typically French with an abundance of lightweight plastics whilst offering surprising levels of comfort. A far simpler era of motoring is evident with sparse levels of equipment and a super thin steering wheel that still displays factory prominent veins, found only on the lowest mileage examples. Entirely commensurate of the 16,437 miles covered, the beige Diamond Cloth seat trim is in remarkable condition and spotlessly clean. All trims sections are in superb order with no cracks or damage, and all equipment operates perfectly including the Philips AN232 pre-selection radio. Reminiscent of a 1987 Peugeot Talbot showroom car, this certainly is no ordinary 309.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
Fabulous, fun and spirited, the early 309 base model cars were intended to be badged as a Talbot Arizona and as such were fitted with chain driven Simca derived engines. This particular GE model uses the 1294cc G1A four-cylinder unit developing 65bhp and 103Nm of torque to achieve a respectable top speed of 98mph and 0-62mph in 15.4 seconds. The engine bay is remarkable and displays factory stickers and plates as well as VIN inner wing stamping. Even the factory hand applied air box cover sign-off is still clearly visible! The 5-speed gearbox is light with a positive clutch action.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The simple steel wheels have had a light refurbishment and still wear the factory centre caps which are in very good order. Originality seekers will be pleased to see the factory Goodyear Grand Prix S 145 R13 tyres still fitted, which whilst retaining plenty of tread, renewal is recommended due to age. Split circuit servo-assisted brakes incorporating front discs and rear drums offer assured stopping power.

HISTORY FILE
Built at the Ryton Plant in Coventry and supplied by Peugeot Main Dealers, Tom Garner Motors of Manchester, first registration was on the 20th March 1987. The first owner, Mr Bernard Reynolds, is named on the original purchase invoice with a price paid of £5,700 less £400 part exchange allowance for his 1979 Talbot Avenger LS! Used sparingly following his retirement, Mr Reynolds kept the car for 28 years. This Peugeot was always garaged and has covered a remarkably low 16,437 miles from new with MOT certificates in the history file dating back to the very first in 1990 to verify the low mileage. All the handbooks contained in the blue Peugeot Talbot A5 folder remain with the car including the service book. In 2015 the car was purchased by a private collector whose eclectic fleet includes 20 plus cars from the 1970’s and 1980’s, all exceptionally low mileage and all humble everyday classics from yesteryear.

Clearly keen on advertising awareness, the Tom Garner Motors branding is found on the floor mats, number plates, keyring and even the original sales brochure which features their dealer stamp and would have been used by Mr Reynolds when he purchased the car almost 33 years ago! Beautifully preserved with wonderful credentials, an unmissable opportunity for the collector and avid Peugeot enthusiast, and perfect as a starter classic.

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Peugeot 405 GLX

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A breath-taking Peugeot 405 GLX 1.6 Petrol with just 48,898 miles.

EQUIPMENT
Bodyside mouldings with bright insert, rear aileron, deep front/rear aprons, power assisted steering, airbag, laminated windscreen, green tinted glass, heated door mirrors, air-conditioning, electric front windows, remote central locking, digital clock, roof console with map reading lamp, ski flap boot access, locking glovebox, Peugeot stereo cassette, tachometer, brake fluid level and pad wear indicator, intermittent wipers, washer jets mounted on wiper arms.

EXTERIOR
A stylish design by Pininfarina, this Peugeot 405 GLX is finished in original Peugeot Midnight Blue, (Code P0LA) and is in remarkable order. The often ding prone body panels are pin straight and only very light scratches and markings commensurate with age can be seen. All trim sections, lights and etched glass with factory labels are preserved factory fitment and the supplying Peugeot dealer number plates and factory labels in the door apertures further uphold the originality. Classic chic lines from Peugeots design heyday to truly take your breath away!

INTERIOR
The sumptuous and immensely comfortable interior is typically ‘of the era’ from French manufacturers with large soft seats and plush upholstery. The spotless Khartoum velour upholstery is virtually perfect thanks to the low mileage covered and the car has never been smoked in or carried pets. The carpets, headlining and door cards have been very well preserved. The fascia and switchgear are very good and the original Peugeot stereo cassette remains fitted. All functions and controls operate with exception of the air conditioning. A clean boot area completes the package. A spacious modern classic interior, brilliantly cared for and ready for family classic car outings.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
The four-cylinder 1580cc engine develops 89bhp at 6000rpm to offer spritely performance whilst achieving a top speed of 109mph and 0-62mph in 13.6 seconds. The engine is wonderfully quiet and smooth, far more refined from the clatter of the XUD diesel but just as bombproof! The remarkably clean engine bay remains exactly as intended and displays factory stickers, plates and panel stampings across the slam panel. The five speed manual transmission offers light and direct changes with crisp clutch action.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The wheels remain fitted with the factory original full wheel covers which are in very good order but do have light markings. Matching branded 175/70 R14 tyres have masses of tread remaining. The twin circuit diagonally split braking system features ventilated front discs and rear drums to offer straight and steady stopping power.

HISTORY FILE
Supplied new on the 1 March 1995 direct from the Peugeot Talbot Motor Company Car Centre in Coventry, the car was supplied to an employee of the Coventry Ryton Plant. With just two further keepers since, the first of whom bought the car when it was only a year old and kept it for 22 years! A mileage and maintenance log was kept by him and it is clear to see the car has been looked after. The total mileage covered is just 48,898 miles which is verified in the vehicle history file, service book and previous MOT certificates. The dealer supplied Peugeot wallet contains all handbooks, operating guides and point of sale literature and the service record book contains nine stamped entries. Furthermore, the history file contains a large collection of invoices and receipts along with two keys and an original Peugeot 405 sales brochure. Extremely rare to see in this condition, this low mileage and very capable 405 drives superb and is perfect for skirting around spontaneously erupting maize fields!

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Peugeot 205 Look

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A superb Peugeot 205 Look with 25,802 miles, husband and wife owned from new.

EQUIPMENT
Special edition ‘Look’ decals, load adjustable headlamps, 2 reversing lamps, rear fog lamp, laminated windscreen, heated rear window, tailgate wash/wipe, locking petrol cap, sunroof, full wheel covers, chrome bumper inserts, Clarion OFAD radio/cassette, interior courtesy lamp, sunvisors with passenger vanity mirror, glovebox, front door bins, fold down rear seats.  Factory options; Metallic paint.  Dealer accessories; Mud flaps.

EXTERIOR
This iconic supermini from Peugeot, largely credited for turning Peugeot’s fortunes around in the 1980’s, the 205 needs little introduction.  This incredible limited edition ‘Look’ has been owned by husband and wife from new and has covered just 25,802 miles!  Finished in factory optional Topaz Blue metallic, (Code M0LZ), the paint finish has been preserved in very good order boasting a bright uniform finish.  This incredible original and straight example has not suffered the common ding prone existence and close scrutiny will detect a few minor scratches.  The ‘Look’ badges and decals are as new and all trim section are fully intact.  The underside is preserved incredibly well.  Factory Peugeot Sekurit glass, supplying dealership number plates and rear screen sticker underline the time warp credentials.

INTERIOR
Fitted with the special edition ‘Look’ interior, this low mileage example was the owner’s pride and joy, which is clear to see.  Terms such as ‘perfect’ and ‘as new’ are sometimes used loosely, however they are entirely justified in this instance.  The vibrant Strobe upholstery is perfect with no wear whatsoever, and all interior trim is showroom fresh.  The fascia is pristine and all controls and gauges operate seamlessly, including the factory fitted Clarion OFAD radio/cassette.  The boot area is simply immaculate, with the painted under carpet area as new and the rear seat belt reel housings even have factory stickers still attached.  Reminiscent of a 1990 Peugeot Talbot showroom car, this certainly is no ordinary 205.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
Fabulous, fun and spirited, this 1124cc TU1 engine produces 53bhp and is a real delight to drive.  Simplistic maintenance and excellent parts availability keep running costs to a bare minimum.  The engine bay is spotless and displays all factory stickers and plates as well as 205 inner wing stamps, PDI markings and painted colour code.  Even the factory hand applied rocker cover sign-off is still clearly visible!  The 4-speed gearbox is light with a positive clutch action.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The original steel wheels still wear the factory full wheel trims which are in very good order with no outer damage.  Originality seekers will be pleased to see the factory Michelin MX 145 R13 tyres remains fitted, which whilst retaining plenty of tread, renewal is recommended due to age.  Split circuit servo-assisted brakes incorporating front discs and rear drums offer assured stopping power.

HISTORY FILE
Supplied by Peugeot Main Dealers, Carrs of Castleford, on the 2nd August 1990, first owner, Mrs Judith Fryer, cherished her pride and joy for 25 years, where upon her passing the car was transferred to her husband, Mr Gerald Fryer.  Used sparingly as a second car, the Peugeot was always kept in a heated garage and has covered a remarkably low 25,802 miles from new!

All the handbooks contained in the black A5 folder remain with the car including the service book with eight stamped entries.  After a period of dry storage, KGF Classic Cars have undergone a full safety check and recommissioning process to include a service, cambelt and water pump, documented and carried out in March 2019.  Two sets of Peugeot keys, dealer keyring and the original key code tags are present.  Named Car Magazine’s ‘Car of the Decade’ in 1990, the year this car was made, the Peugeot 205 was regarded as the benchmark for superminis for many years and this exemplary example is a fitting tribute to this accolade.  Beautifully preserved with wonderful credentials, an unmissable opportunity for the collector and avid Peugeot enthusiast, and perfect as a starter classic.

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