1955 Peugeot 203 Saloon - £7,995

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This is a 1955 Peugeot 203 Saloon RHD, finished in black with beige cloth interior and 54,000 Kms on the clock.


The Peugeot 203 is a small family car which was produced by the French car manufacturer Peugeot between 1948 and 1960. The 203 was Peugeot's first new model launched after World War II. During its twelve-year production run nearly 700,000 203s of all variants rolled off the assembly line in Sochaux, France.


Peugeot 203s in right‑hand drive form are rare. However, this one is an original RHD example, having been assembled in Australia in 1955; it came to the UK in 1990 and has been owned by the previous owner since 2015. Six former registered keepers are noted on the V5C since it arrived in Britain. Included in the paperwork file is a copy of a Olyslager maintenance manual, as well as a 1960 Peugeot spare parts catalogue. The assorted bills stretch from 2020 back and are for general maintenance and parts etc.  

The 1290cc car is showing 54,785 kilometres on its odometer, although this isn't warranted. Despite some small areas of bubbling, the paint work is in excellent condition for a car of its age and the interior is clean, understated yet charming. She drives nicely with a 4 speed manual gearbox. The car presents very well overall, and is quite a rare classic in the UK, especially in right‑hand drive form.