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  • Birthday 09/01/1989

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  1. Hey guys, Sorry for the delayed response. Yes we did find the original keys, hard to believe but they did find their way back to the car. We had a peak of about 70 people watching the video live and almost 3,000 views since the video has been up. After the video that night we hooked up a battery to the car to see how the wiring has held up. Headlights (Low and High Beam), signals, hazards, horn, wipers, interior lights all turned on and were working. Some questions were raised about the engine's condition, well it spins without much effort by hand. Good news! Might do a video showing all the lights turning on and some of the functions working soon. -Nick
  2. Here's some photos of the interior I promised. We have emailed Peugeot about the car. Looking into all possibilities. Hope everyone has a good week.
  3. Phil made a Facebook group to post about the car in. Search "51mile504" to find the group. We will be doing a live video tonight going over the car inside, outside, and under the hood. I will post more interior pictures up this weekend.
  4. The car is a manual transmission. I was once told by a friend that ICBC had a fire in the 80s at some point that damaged most of the records from before that. Could be just a rumor though? I measured the distance from where the Brasso dealer used to be in North Van to where the car was located, it was about 25 miles- not far off the 29 miles on the trip-odometer. Trying to decide on whether or not to give the car a detailed detail job or leave it as a time capsule with the dust and dirt from its one drive home and then years in storage. Is there any other low mileage time capsule French cars around? You/your friend in Victoria are more than welcome to PM me with an offer, however we are in our research stage of looking into a value AND what work we will be doing to it (if any). This car needs to go to someone that will give it the attention it deserves. We do not have a price at this time. As the old saying goes...everything is for sale for the right price. Always interested in interesting trades as well.
  5. Mike, Whereabouts was Brasso Peugeot I've been trying to figure out where this car would have been driven from. I have added the car to the registry on here.
  6. Name: Peugeot 504 GL Category: North America Date Added: 2020-06-03 Submitter: kickywow Peugeot 504 GL
  7. Good Day. New to the Peugeot community. I found this car with a friend and knew it needed to be shared. My friend will probably be posting it on the Facebook group as I don't have Facebook. The story behind this car is short. You would think a car of this age would have some history and stories. Not this one. It has one story, from one day as that's all it was driven after being purchased. The original owner purchased the car in 1975 after getting a new job. He brought the car home, parked it in the garage and that's where it remained. One problem... he did not have a driver's license. The car remained in the same place until yesterday (May 12, 2020), one spot for 45 years. the mileage on the car? 51 miles. 29 Miles on the trip-odometer. Now I am not a Peugeot person but I am a car person (mainly into VW and Mopar) and knew that a car with this story needed to be taken care of, shared, and not sent to it's demise. I have taken a number of Pictures to document the car, going to upload a few tonight. Quick question: I have no keys to the car, but I can get a parts 1972 504. Can i take the ignition switch out of that car and use it in this one? Thanks, Nick Vancouver.
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