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Lot 505: Peugeot 202 Canadienne camionnette bois�e

Grand Palais Sale, Bonhams (7 February 2013)

Formerly producers of tools, coffee mills, umbrella spikes and corsetry, Peugeot commenced its long-standing connection with transport in 1885 when it added cycle manufacture to its portfolio. The second oldest motor manufacturer in the world, the company commenced car production in 1889 with a steam-powered tri-car but soon abandoned steam in favour of the internal combustion engine, building a succession of ever larger automobiles before introducing the first of its famous B�b� light cars in 1900. New for 1939, the Peugeot 202 was powered by a four-cylinder 1,133cc overhead-valve engine coupled to a three-speed synchromesh gearbox with worm drive rear axle. Suspension was independent at the front and the 202 followed the lines of the larger 402, its streamlined styling reflecting the late-1930s preoccupation with passenger-car aerodynamics. A very rare survivor of an already rare model, the Peugeot 202 offered here is an example of the Canadienne 'woodie' estate car variant. It is believed that only 3,000-or-so Canadiennes were built, at the time costing 50% more than the saloon version. Attractively finished in maroon with trademark wooden doors and a beige cloth interior, this largely original example started first time on a recent inspection and is described as in working condition, with solid woodwork. The car is offered with French Carte Grise.

Lot Details
Auction Grand Palais Sale
Bonhams, Paris, France
Lot Number505
Outcome NOT SOLD
Hammer Price-
Hammer Price (inc premium)-
Condition rating3
Registration number
Chassis number715608
Engine numberG2X 1839
Engine capacity (cc)
Engine - cylinders
Number of doors