1969 Peugeot 504 Cabriolet No reserve For Sale by Auction
Chassis No 1009546
- The first 504 Convertible manufactured
- Same owner until 2015
- In original and working condition
- No reserve
The Peugeot 504 was manufactured between 1968 and 1996 in France! The production then continued in South America and Africa until 2005! For its conversion from coupe to convertible, Peugeot calls on Pininfarina for assistance. This will make both versions of this model extremely successful, still sought after today for their ease of maintenance and reliability.
The convertible is unveiled to the public on the 12 March 1969 and, as usual, the first model is reserved to one of the brand's best clients Mr Georges Bonnemaison who registered it at his address Bd Saint-Germain in Paris. Mr Bonnemaison owned all the brand's convertible models since the 1950s: the 203, 403, 404 and this one, the first one ever to be manufactured. It was delivered new by the Peugeot dealership located on Rue de l'Université in Paris thanks to salesman Philippe Boulay, to whom Mr Bonnemaison will entrust the servicing of this convertible. It still has its original registration number 204 VN 75 and its purchase invoice with a price tag of FF23,422.60 on the 11 April 1969.
It will remain in his property in Saint Tropez. Moreover, a vintage sticker of the Port Grimaud parking is still stuck on the windscreen. Its current owner, a collector of beautiful Italian and French automobiles, acquired this car few years ago. Presently it is in its original condition, never restored, without technical inspection, but in correct working order. Some money will have to be spent in order to revitalize the first production 504 convertible model, a true museum piece!
Estimation 25 000 - 35 000 €
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