Lot 295 - 1974 13022 304 Convertible
|Odometer reading||74,000 miles|
|Estimate||£4,000 - £6,000|
|Result||Sold - £4,480|
Based on the Peugeot 204 with which it shared many components, the Peugeot 304 was a small family car introduced to the public at the Paris Motor Show in September 1969. The 304 was a success for Peugeot and was noted for several advanced features under its Pininfarina-styled exterior, with its independent suspended front-wheel-drive drivetrain and disc brakes. It rode and handled better than most of its contemporaries, including some cars in higher price brackets. There was a distinct upmarket feel to the 304; its handsome lines were well suited to postwar Europe's newly affluent middle classes who desired roomy, advanced and stylish cars to park in their driveways.
Restored in 1990 and since dry stored, this lovely cabriolet
presented in Pharaoh Gold with black trim is in very good order and
would certainly look the part travelling down a stylish Paris
boulevard. Supplied with V5 registration document, an odometer
reading of just 74,000 miles, an MoT test certificate until October
and road fund licence until August 2014, this Pininfarina styled
piece of classic French motoring
could represent a sound investment.
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