- Rare convertible version
- In nice condition
- With Peugeot quality is not an issue
- No reserve
Launched in 1938 and produced until 1949, and although production was interrupted during World War II, the Peugeot 202 sedan sold in very good numbers. However, the convertible version remained rather rare and few were produced.
The example that we are offering was purchased by its current owner in 2009, when it was registered in the East of France. It has since received an overhaul of the mechanicals, with a change of the primary shaft of the gearbox, and all the flanges of the 'box, plus a cleaning of the clutch with the replacement of the flywheel and the crankshaft rings. Screws, capacitor and spark plugs have been replaced, and a variety of small details refurbished for easy and reliable use.
The very sound body was restored some time ago, and is very well preserved. The upholstery was redone in beige leather and the light brown carpets have also received the same treatment. The hood and the tonneau cover are in used condition. The odometer counter now shows 23,852 km, and the car is equipped with rare aluminum rims shaped like Pilote wheels.
This car is an opportunity to have access to the pleasures of a rare pre-war cabriolet, which is reliable, easy to use and for which parts are easy to find.