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    This page...

    http://www.autogallery.org.ru/m/peu402.htm

    ...has some interesting stuff, and there are other pages on Peugeot as well. Three different cabriolets for the 402 model are included, one I've never seen before.

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    Ray,

    Nice link! That 402DS Roadster in blue has my interest!

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    Great historical pictures.

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    Are there any 402s in Aust. or NZ?
    1954 203a

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    Not to my knowledge. Only the 202 was brought to Australia. About 80 202's were imported after the war and several have survived. Intriguingly there is a 1938 202 in RHD. Some think a few were imported pre war. There is nothing to indicate the 402 was made in RHD. The 402 wasn't put back into production after the war although the motors were made for a light truck perhaps up until 1949. There was at least one 402B in England after the war but it was probably LHD. Peugeot had closed their London office and ceased production of right hand drive cars during the depression. The 402 is now highly regarded as an art deco masterpiece and is very collectable. Eventually someone will import one and it will be a sensation.

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    If I gambled (which I don't) and if I had a huge win (which I won't) I would have a Darl'mat before the owner had a chance to up his price...

    Failing that, I can hope that one day I have the wherewithal to make a 504-powered replica. Roadster, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Bell
    If I gambled (which I don't) and if I had a huge win (which I won't) I would have a Darl'mat before the owner had a chance to up his price...

    Failing that, I can hope that one day I have the wherewithal to make a 504-powered replica. Roadster, of course.
    Now there is a grand plan!!!!! Shall we get on with it? Start now.

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    Oh yes, I think there'd be a world wide market for a nice kit of parts to make one up...

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