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    Favourite Peugeot

    The question is what is your favourite post-war Peugeot.

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    Looks like the FWD Pugs are the most popular.
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    This is a bit contentious. 24 votes each with 306 vs 205. 205's are way better
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    two-oh-philic:
    This is a bit contentious. 24 votes each with 306 vs 205. 205's are way better
    I reckon it's rigged deal I voted for the 203 I can't believe I'm the only one, we're not talking best/ most reliable/ best looking/ etc. etc not that the 203 isn't all of these....question is favourite Pug..... c'mon some of you must have a soft spot for the car that put Peugeot on the map in Australia... beautiful little car "Helloooo anyone out there...." whip

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    If its any consolation I very nearly voted for the 203, Chris, but personal loyalty to the 403 (the first one in our family got stuck in the Suez canal during the 1956 crisis and there was at least one in the family for just about all of the next 30 years) overcame me.

    Ignore the 205 and 306 votes. They are just from young whippersnappers who don't know any better. Probably never even heard of a worm drive rear axle, transverse leaf springs or a Panhard rod. wink

    Still, I guess our forebears would be complaining about the absence of the Bebe!

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    So the little FWD cars are still way out in front (level pegging in fact)

    No 405 votes? I thought we had a few M16 fans out there?

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    I reckon it's rigged I voted for the 203 I can't believe I'm the only one, we're not talking best/ most reliable/ best looking/ etc. etc not that the 203 isn't all of these....question is favourite Pug..... c'mon some of you must have a soft spot for the car that put Peugeot on the map in Australia... beautiful little car "Helloooo anyone out there...."
    Personally i love the 304 cabriolet & the 504/5 coupe
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    Rod Hagen:

    Ignore the 205 and 306 votes. They are just from young whippersnappers who don't know any better. Probably never even heard of a worm drive rear axle, transverse leaf springs or a Panhard rod. wink

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    Rod
    Ignore the votes... are you running a campain Rod?? cheersXq

    ps, go the 306's.... were is the 406 Coupe vote!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Ignore the votes... are you running a campain Rod?? cheersXq

    ps, go the 306's.... were is the 406 Coupe vote!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!</strong>[/QUOTE]

    No Mario, just stirring the possum to see what happens!

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