- Particularly rare convertible version
- Nice older restoration
- Leather upholstery redone completely
- No reserve
Designed in record time, the Peugeot 203 was one of the stars of the Paris Salon of 1948.
The 203 we offer has all the appeal of a convertible saloon, much rarer and sought after than a normal saloon, which makes this a very special car, all the more so thanks to the good condition the car is in. From 1981 to 1985 the car was restored by a Peugeot collector from Touraine, and the old registration papers are still there in the folder. It then passed into the hands of three English collectors before our collector bought it in one of our Monaco auction. This car is in a good general condition, following a careful restoration from some years ago. The light grey paint is in good condition and red leather interior with grey piping has been completely redone, including the armrests located on either side of the back seat. Carpets and door panels are in excellent condition - only the driver's seat has a mark from the original steering wheel. The black top with a beige lining has undergone a complete refurbishment. This is a fine example of one of the most desirable versions of this classic French saloon, a delightful symbol of post-war revival.