A 1928 Peugeot 109S cabriolet

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A 1928 Peugeot 109S cabriolet, registration number BF 8749, chassis number 290431, cream over black. The 109 was the successor of the 5CV and was produced for only three years between 1928 and 1931. This was a quite successful model for Peugeot with over 33,000 vehicles finding homes. The 109 was the last Peugeot to feature individual wooden framework body. The power was supplied by a four cylinder 695 cc 50 hp engine carried over from the 5CV which propelled the car to a heady speed of approximately 40 mph. This example we have the pleasure of offering for auction is believed to be one of only three survivors and the only registered example on British roads. Finished in cream over black with contrasting black interior and weather gear, we are advised that the car spent 30 years in a French museum before arriving on these shores. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustrations



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