Hello Peugeot enthusiast. Welcome to the web forum for Club Peugeot UK. If you are a club member already then, hello and don't be shy posting. If not then why not pop along to www.clubpeugeotuk.org and see what we get up to. The purpose of this forum is to help members of the club to communicate better. What you do and say is up to you (subject to a few obvious caveats). Ask for help, sell a car, buy a car, spread your knowledge or just let us know what you and your Peugeot are up to! We aim to become the best place to be if you own a Peugeot of ANY vintage! As the next few weeks go past there will be lots of changes and additions as the forum finds its feet, so check back often to see what's new. Happy posting
Yes. Web site will be designed and tested over the next two months and hopefully up and running oover the Christmas break. Expect a much more interactive experience. Anything you'd like to see it do then let me know (firstname.lastname@example.org).
By Antipodean Chappies do you mean Aussiefrogs? I've been on that for nearly 2 years, and you are right, some of them really do know their stuff.
I am not a club member but I am a total Pug freak. Pugs have been in the family since my Great Uncle bought a new 203. After driving it my grandfather bought a secondhand 203 wagon ( estate) which my uncle wrote off about a week after getting his licence. He wrote off two other cars at the same time, including a new Jaguar. My grandfather then had a string of 403s, a brief fling with a Renault 10S then back to a new 404, then after driving farm 4x4s for a while he got a 504 diesel, then a petrol beofre he stopped driving. My father had a twin carb, hot cam, worked head etc 403 wagon, and then when I was very young a string of 504s bofore the family outgrew passenger cars and moved into vans. My first car was my 1962 403B which I still have. It is scruffy, tired, and a little bit rusty but it still goes alright. I then bough my dream car, a 1980 604, which had been fitted with Volvo 264 electronic ignition ( a very worthwile mod) and a Holley 2 barrel carby ( a terrible mod) and it only had an auto gearbox. The HOlley gave me about 15MPG and other things needed fixing so I retired it when it was vandalised. It has now gone to a totally dedicated 604 freak. I also have a 1970 404 with the disc brakes and the BA7 gearbox. It is totally original but a little rusty ( mostly in the sills, door bottoms, and front floor) and is my current project. I will post pictures of them on here soon.
403 on the road but rough 404 resto project Used to have a 604
I have always been a big fan of the 504 and I bought a lovely 504L before Christmas in the UK. It is a 1977 and has only done 41,000 miles from new. This website looks great and I am glad to see that there are so many interested people on here.
Now that is a clean car! Was it kept in a tupperware box for the last 25years? What a shine! Can almost see your face in it (or we would be able to if the camera wasn't in the way)! I bet when the kid turns 17 you'll be fighting each other for the keys.
Started out with nothin' and still got most of it left.
Post by clubepugbrasil on Sept 15, 2005 17:55:04 GMT
Hello All !!! The forum is great, lot´s of things going on.... !! congratulations! We in Brazil invite you all to come and visit our peugeot club website: www.clubepeugeotbrasil.com.br Our forum is linked in my signature.
by the way, Alfasudcrazy, your 77´ 504 looks newer than my 99´306 Break !!! well done !
Hello all, Brad Pitt non lookalike here, probably why I have trouble pulling the birds, although I cant see why exactly, a 106 pug 1.1 should have the birds drooling, anyway enough about my problems, great site