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    306 WAGON WANTED!

    Hey, can anyone tell me where I could find a 306 wagon? I have looked at carpoint.com, drive.com, and a few other places, yet to look at the trading post. Any suggestions or offers would be appreciated cheers!

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    Does such a thing exist????

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    If it ain't broke, use a 12" shifter.....that usually does the trick!!

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    i've never ever seen one.I could picture it though eek!

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    <img src="http://www.peugeotnigeria.com/306_2000_19_FR.gif" alt=" - " />

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    I went to news.com and then to the Red Book & it wasn't listed on theyear model I looked at and I'd never heard of it being spoken about.
    Looks the goods but Private Import the only source?

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    as far as i know they were never sold here

    good luck in finding one

    you will have some luck getting a 405 wagon though or a 406 wagon

    in a way though i am glad they never had the 306 wagon here
    little wagons just aren't practical in this country
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    Saw a 4 series wagon today. Not sure if it was a 5 or a 6. 6 probably. Looked really good. Always loved wagons. They just look cool. Especially the HSV ones.

    sorry wrong forum tongue

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    I think that a 306 wagon would be great and would have been an ideal replacement for my R12 wagon. Small wagons seem to be regaining popularity as people realise that hatchbacks are not quite big enough for many loads.I find myself swapping between my cars when I need to carry my bicycle somewhere or rubbish to the dump etc (in the R12 of course).
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    A 405 T16 wagon would have been REAL cool mallet peugeot_ cheers! a_drink

    <small>[ 09 September 2003, 01:18 PM: Message edited by: B E R E T ]</small>

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    we were in Brazil earlier this year and there were
    peugeots everywhere.206 1litre were very popular
    306 hatch and wagons were also popular.brand new pug. utes & vans were also in dealers showrooms.
    All were lhd
    regards Ron

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    Ive never seen one in australia. Plenty of 405 wagons, they are nice. 2_cents

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