Various Older Peugeots FS - 504, 505, 306 Manheim Auction Sydney 18th May
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    Default Various Older Peugeots FS - 504, 505, 306 Manheim Auction Sydney 18th May

    Hi,

    Possibly some bargains to be had at Manheim Auction of used vehicles from "Shitbox" Rally. See link

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    https://www.manheim.com.au/passenger...hiseID=MANHEIM

    I have no connection with the advertiser, maybe some Sydney AF members could be interested.

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    Neil

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    That 504 is a fuel injected one, too! Although, I'd take that with a grain of salt as it's also listed as front-wheel-drive
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    Do note these cars will have just finished 10 days of fun across Australia.

    The mechanical support crews on the rallies are fantastic and do amazing work but don't do anything with a view to meeting manufacturer specs or longevity beyond the end of the event as that's not their aim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_95 View Post
    That 504 is a fuel injected one, too! Although, I'd take that with a grain of salt as it's also listed as front-wheel-drive
    Reckon. They also have listed: 1886 Ford Falcon Station Wagon

    I'd like to see that! You would have to wonder what else they got wrong. Talk about "caveat emptor".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_95 View Post
    That 504 is a fuel injected one, too! Although, I'd take that with a grain of salt as it's also listed as front-wheel-drive

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    Also, if it really is injected and a 1978 504, I think the last of the 504 Tis was in 1976. therefore, it wouldn't be an original 504 Ti.

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    VIN number says it's an A13 - which would be an automatic carb sedan.

    That's not to say someone hasn't stuck an injection motor in there. I know I've done stranger things.
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    Ti engine and hopefully correct diff and fuel lines and front springs. Could be a good buy if work done properly.

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    As a matter of interest, did anyone attend the auction and see whether there were any Peugeot "bargains"?

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    Hi Scotty, good to hear from you! Sent you a message - Cheers
    Quote Originally Posted by Demannu View Post
    VIN number says it's an A13 - which would be an automatic carb sedan.

    That's not to say someone hasn't stuck an injection motor in there. I know I've done stranger things.

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