1982 Peugeot 104 ZRSOLD

COYS - Sports Racing and Grand Prix Cars - Brands Hatch - 27th May 2007

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On its launch in 1972, the Peugeot 104 was not one of the first small hatchbacks produced in Europe, being a four-door sedan until a facelift in 1976, when the hatchback was added, making it easily the first with five doors. With power from 1.0 to 1.4 L engines, it gave good levels of economy and refinement as well as having an impressive chassis which made ride and handling excellent. Though the 104 was produced in various forms from 1972 to 1988, the heart of the car was the 1.0 L Douvrin engine, which was jointly developed with Renault. This used a transmission-in-sump arrangement, similar to that used by the British Motor Corporation in the likes of the Mini. The 104 was sold as a two and four-door hatchback or sedan, although the basic silhouette of the car was the same regardless of version.

The 104 Sundgau or prototype was eventually re-branded the 104 ZL and eventually became the ZR as more models were introduced. The 104 was such a compact and reliable car in fact that it proved effective on the rally circuit. This time warp example is presented in average to good condition throughout but would benefit from some cosmetic attention to the paintwork. The real reason to add this to a collection of modern classics would be the low mileage of just 18,000 and the fact that only two owners are registered on the logbook. Complete with an MoT, owners handbook and a partial service history, this cheeky ZR is offered at no reserve.

Reference Number 9527

as of 5/13/2007

Overview
Car 1982 Peugeot 104 ZR
VIN JF3104C1106135990