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Peugeot 908 HDI FAP Peugeot 908 HDI FAP

This is IXO’s 1/43 scale Peugeot 908 HDI FAP as it ran in the 2007 24 Hours of Le Mans. This car was driven to a 2nd place finish by Stéphane Sarrazin, Pedro Lamy, and Sébastien Bourdais.

French Friday: Catching up to the Espace French Friday: Catching up to the Espace

As you likely recall, when Matra first approached PSA after its takeover at Simca/Chrysler they brought with them the “Dessin Orange”, an orange sketch of an MPV that they foresaw as the future of family transport. The subsequently cold response from PSA meant that the design went to Renault where it became the first…

French Friday: Gallic C-Segment Hot Hatches French Friday: Gallic C-Segment Hot Hatches

Hey LaLD! I’m finally back! This semester was a bit of a busy one and, despite me having preemptively photographed plenty of diecast before returning to Uni, I ran out of time to prepare my verbose backgrounds on the cars being presented! So, without further ado, we return to our regularly scheduled programming with…

LALD CAR WEEK 2018 Black- Pikes Peak Rocket LALD CAR WEEK 2018 Black- Pikes Peak Rocket

For today’s feature I am showing off a Norev. A Black Peugeot 208 T16 pikes peak showroom model to be precise.

French Friday: Partnering with the Berlingo French Friday: Partnering with the Berlingo

The French have a knack for making charming cars. Even in this age of homogeneity and relative blandness, the French are able to carve out characterful little machines that may not be fast or particularly nimble, but are cute and whimsical: the Citroen C4 Cactus; the Renault Twizy; the Citroen E-Mehari. Yet this has…

Hour Rule Hour Rule

Digging up a random old picture for your viewing pleasure this evening. This was, at one point, my entire 1/43 collection.

Group B LEGO Update Group B LEGO Update

It’s been just over half a year since we were introduced to the wonderful Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 LEGO Ideas project by AbFab1974 that we all supported (you did, didn’t you?), so it’s probably time for an update on those projects.

French Friday: Grandes berlines des années 90 French Friday: Grandes berlines des années 90

After a tiring but fun day of hanging out with friends, I’m back on my computer and ready to finish up this French Friday action! So, continuing where we left off this morning, the big three of France did indeed produce successors to each of their large executive five-seat berlines of the ‘70s and ‘80s despite largely…

French Friday: Anciennes berlines exécutives French Friday: Anciennes berlines exécutives

Alright, since Jobjoris seems to think I’m lacking in the French Friday department (and because this is my last French Friday before Uni), I’m going to take advantage of today a bit more than usual so please excuse my consistent postings. Anyways, this time we’ve got three competing French executives from the turn of…

French Friday: Bastille Day Brevity French Friday: Bastille Day Brevity

Long day and week, I’m sorry I’ve not had time to put together a proper feature to honor France’s contributions to motorsport today. In lieu of that, here’s a couple of recent French acquisitions that I’m really happy about! More on these amazing “205s” (nudge nudge wink wink, say n’more...) soon.

HWEP/iHWEP Catch Up HWEP/iHWEP Catch Up

Below are some HWEP spoils (or iHWEP in the case of Jobjoris). I have to thank Jobjoris, MustangFan, Vdubyajohn, and PlasticPrints for these goodies obtained in trades. Captions will tell the tale.

French Friday: Developing Cars for Developing Markets French Friday: Developing Cars for Developing Markets

Usually when an automaker releases a model they aim for it to accomplish something new. Something improved, possibly even something unexpected. Volvo’s 90 Series; Alfa’s Giulia, Jaguar’s XE—all of these cars released in the past year have served to advance their respective brands immensely through unprecedented style,…

French Friday: Big Peugeots of the Recent Past French Friday: Big Peugeots of the Recent Past

Peugeot. Today known for its expertise in making excellent small hatchbacks, this French behemoth was once renowned for its best-selling large sedans and estates which were both durable and elegant. The 504, 505, 405, and 406 created this legacy and made large cars a cornerstone of Peugeot’s product line.

French Friday: A 1:72 Peugeot French Friday: A 1:72 Peugeot

Well, it happens to be 17/2, and it’s also a Friday, so here is a 1:72 French car!

French Friday with Marcus Grönholm's 206 WRC French Friday with Marcus Grönholm's 206 WRC

Marcus Grönholm secured 9 podiums finishes in 12 races he completed while winning the World Rally Championship in 2002 in this Peugeot 206 WRC.

French Friday: Paris-Dakar dans Amérique du Sud? French Friday: Paris-Dakar dans Amérique du Sud?

Last year during “Le Dakar” I showed a fictional competitor of the Paris-Dakar rally by Jean Graton. This year I’ll show a true Dakar Classic, the Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 Grand Raid.

French Friday: Un lion d'athlétisme!  French Friday: Un lion d'athlétisme! 

Wait, what’s that, another Peugeot 203? Well sort of. It’s even built at Peugeot’s Sochaux factory. But officially it’s a Darl’Mat Peugeot 203. A creation of Emile Darl’mat, a Parisian Peugeot dealer which created all kinds of specials based on Peugeot mechanicals.

French Friday...Continued... French Friday...Continued...

Just as I was wrapping up my post on the CMF Renaults my dad came in with a package that I ordered Monday with these in it...

Bread Box French Friday: un lionet dans ma boîte de pain? Bread Box French Friday: un lionet dans ma boîte de pain?

Another car I’ve shared before. Although up until now it was the Hot Hatch edition of the 205. Did I do a T16 already actually? This one however, is as much bread and butter as it gets. The 205 Look.

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