Unlike the tamer ZS, which was essentially a tuned economy car, the Peugeot 104 ZS 2 was a full-on street-legal race car.
Parked for about 20 years, these two classics are still locked. They’re sitting across from the three 2CVs we showcased last week.
This is how cars were spruced up in the 1960s.
We’re celebrating Bastille Day with an assortment of French cars we’ve photographed over the past few months.
This early-1990s Peugeot 205 was purchased new by a French energy company called EDF/GDF
Held annually, the Rallye National du Laragnais takes place on closed public roads that are narrow, fast-paced and very windy.
By most conventional means of measurement the Multi isn’t exactly desirable, but it’s unquestionably one of the rarest variants of the Peugeot 205 today.