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1965 Peugeot 204 Taxi

1965 Peugeot 204 in La maison de campagne, Movie, 1969 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: FR

1965 Peugeot 204 Taxi

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DidierF FR

2015-07-31 08:04

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Et tant pis pour le break DS à gauche.

La 204 est d'ailleurs peut-être un break aussi. Ça se faisait volontiers chez les taxis à l'époque, non ?

Exiv96 BE

2015-07-31 10:01

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Faut voir si le reflet dans la porte vitrée de l'hôtel est celui de la Peugeot. Si oui, la séquence permettrait peut-être d'en voir un peu plus, sans acteur devant.

DidierF FR

2015-07-31 16:50

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Ah oui, Exiv. Je n'ai pas le film sous la main pour le moment. Je verrai ce soir s'il y a quelque chose à tirer de cette vitre.

DidierF FR

2015-08-02 04:32

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C'est une berline. Merci, Exiv !

DidierF FR

2015-08-02 04:50

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Pour a date… 65+ a priori.

Mais https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peugeot_204#Historique :
Quote La 204 sera régulièrement modifiée : nouvelles roues pour les modèles 1966, face arrière type coupé avec nouveaux feux pour 1967, tableau de bord à cadrans ronds pour 1968, pare-chocs avec bourrelet de protection en caoutchouc pour 1969, nouveau volant rembourré pour 1969 et 1975, nouveau Lion héraldique sur la calandre pour 1972, pare-chocs type 104 et feux arrière élargis pour 1973, clignotants avant blancs pour 1974, calandre en plastique noir pour 1975 et enjoliveurs de roue type 104 coupé sur les dernières berlines.


And, about the trim, I fall here /vehicle_575689-Peugeot-204-1966.html on certain message delivered by one of our main asset:
dsl wrote Probably GL for over-riders - not sure when they got rubber insets, but this is pre-Sept 68 as no rubber strip along bumpers.


So, would we have a 66+ GL?

dsl SX

2015-08-02 05:57

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:sun:

I always think that 204s with over-riders are very very early - can't explain/prove it - just an impression. But "nouvelles roues pour les modèles 1966" is intriguing. What did 1965 wheels look like?? Perhaps like this
https://www.flickr.com/photos/jano2106/3852245114
- flat centres, mirror finish, thick border, general shape sits further out. So what did 1966+ wheels look like -
[edit - duplicated link removed. New one in comment below]
- recessed centres, less of a mirror effect, bigger knob in middle, general flatter shape.

If this is true, I think this car has 1965 wheels

-- Last edit: 2015-08-02 23:28:33

DidierF FR

2015-08-02 06:10

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You, drunken Pict you! You gave twice the same link while I'm thirst-dying to know the difference between '65 and '66 204 wheels!

dsl SX

2015-08-02 23:27

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Oh fish-hooks. Can't find the post-1966 picture I was looking at last night, but this is similar full rear bumper
http://p2.storage.canalblog.com/21/43/570736/45290361.jpg

and I've now found a split bumper rear (with over-riders) with what I think are the newer wheels
http://p2.storage.canalblog.com/25/17/570736/51799208.jpg

So do we have a sequence ???
- March 65 introduction with 1st wheels and split bumpers as https://www.flickr.com/photos/jano2106/3852245114
- Sept 65 2nd wheels, still with split bumper (and when Break appeared, so all Breaks should have 2nd wheels)
- Sept 66 revised rear, continuing 2nd wheels

I could be dreaming all this, but there's still the French comment about new wheels for 1966 models to explain. And I wasn't pished, honest.

DidierF FR

2015-08-02 23:53

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(Frowning, grabbing his head, controling his breath)… So… ours… appears… to be… a 65, first set of wheels, right? (Suddenly realizing that it was what the sober Pict said first place… Silently quitting the place…)

DidierF FR

2015-08-02 23:55

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("Sept 65" means, I think, Salon de l'auto, i.e. MY 66. No confusion with this, to me. But let me return to my silent capitonized cell.)

(… Mmmh, actually, what is obvious is that the car on my pic is much too small!)

-- Last edit: 2015-08-02 23:57:51

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