205 Rallye VS. 206GTi video's
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    Default 205 Rallye VS. 206GTi video's

    i just found these two video's on google, mountain sprint, one with the 205 leading and the 206 behind and vice versa

    man the sound of the 205 gets the heart pumping

    205 Rallye vs 206GTi

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...9429&q=205+gti

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...4655&q=205+gti

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    Gruppe B Rally 205T16, 959, Reanult etc

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...6014&q=peugeot

    ahh while im at it theres an old top gear episode with a look at Peugeot history, for the guys that drool over the 402 and such

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...5607&q=peugeot
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    Er, defensive driving?

    On a completely unrelated note, where does your username come from steve steve?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevesteve
    man the sound of the 205 gets the heart pumping...
    yes and it pumps even more with the 205 hammering round a corner on 3 wheels. great links, ty.
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    How cool does that 205 look sliding around on the hairpins! Bit of exaggerating with the speed claims though. That doesn't look anywhere close to 170 kph.
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    If it's a genuine Rallye it will have a 1300cc TU engine with twin sidedraft webers, no wonder it sounds so good!
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    awesome footage!

    on past cruises weve tried to capture rolling video footage but looks way sobre compared to the above links.

    looks absolutely crazy. thanks for the link chief.
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    ... oh yah the 206gti looks so planted, its as if it was riding on rails! and the 205 rallye is frikn oversteering and fighting hard on most corners. insane!
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    great videos ay,

    scatterbrain my username was given to me to by the almighty web...well it was either that or im dyslexic (or have turets) as a few people have suggested when asking about my name

    that video of the group b rally was fantastic! i wish they had four rally cars side by side these days on those kinds of special stages
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    [QUOTE=GRAHAM WALLIS]If it's a genuine Rallye it will have a 1300cc TU engine with twin sidedraft webers, no wonder it sounds so good!
    Graham[/QUOTE
    l think standard XU9Jaz engine with air filter/egzosth but driver not good enough

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