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Archive for August, 2018


Looking for Peugeot 504 in good condition

I am currently looking to purchase a Peugeot 504.  Any model in good condition considered. Edmund McWilliams <edmundmcwilliams@gmail.com>

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SHARING RESTORATION SKILLS

[This information came from the F.O.M.C.] In addition to the forecast threat to fossil fuel supplies in the emerging age of electric cars, finding the replacement parts to keep our prized classics roadworthy is becoming increasingly onerous. Tracking down the bits needed to complete a restoration or pass a mechanical inspection can be part of […]

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DREAM CAR

[To the tune of ‘KANSAS CITY’] We picked up our new Peugeot on a Friday, By Saturday we’d learned a thing or two. ‘Cause up to then we didn’t have an idee Of what the modern car was coming to. Seatbelts we were used to, but airbags were new, The windscreen wipers started on their […]

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LEAKY LINER SEAL

TECHNICAL TIP I was recently reminded of an occasion when I had a problem with water in the sump of a 203. I feared it was a blown head gasket but it turned out to be a leaky liner seal. I fixed it with the aid of RISLONE BLOCK SEAL which is available from Repco […]

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TEN COMMANDMENTS OF SUCCESSFUL PISTON RING FITTING

Not many people these days get personally involved in overhauling engines, which may make these ‘Ten Commandments’ even more useful for the novice at his first attempt. 1. Thou shalt remove the ring ridge before pulling the piston lest thou render thy pistons unfit to hold oil or compression. 2. Thou shalt remove with hot […]

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MODERN TRAFFIC

Modern parents are afraid to let their children roam, Not even on the daily trek to school and back to home. In their own youth some rode a bike while most just used their feet. Good exercise was earned each day just walking on the street. But now we see a waiting throng outside each […]

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First Encounters: John Grant and the 203

The first Peugeot I owned was a 1955 French assembled 203C which I bought at 30,000 miles for about £200 after I had been in NZ for a year. I needed it for everyday use and to tow my MGTC on an A-frame to race -meetings as it had become too highly tuned to drive […]

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A.G.M.

A.G.M. TIME – 4pm on August 19th PLACE – Armstrong Motor Group – 227 Gt South Rd COMMITTEE – The current committee members have all indicated their willingness to stand again, but Don & Wynne Howarth have made it clear that this will be the last year for them. Don has been on the committee […]

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