1992 Peugeot 205 CTi 1.9 Auto

No Reserve

This open air version of the pocket rocket GTi is ready to be enjoyed as it is or cosmetically further improve

The Peugeot 205 was produced between 1983 and 1998. VW may have started the GTi idea in 1976, but the 205 is often thought to be the star of the genre. It started with a 1.6 litre engine and then received the 130bhp 1,905cc engine in 1986. instantly giving more rapid acceleration and a higher top speed. The CTi is the open-top version is very impressive, with superb handling, together with the steering, brakes and chassis dynamics.

This example shows a mileage of 108,800 miles. Its MOT runs to January 2022, with all advisories being addressed upon recommisioning, including new bespoke fuel pipes made by a 205 specialist in Kent.

The interior is sound, but would benefit from a few things to sort and finish and the vendor reports it drives well on recent Michelin tyres all round. It also benefits from air con, with the compessor actually working!

It has only done some 500 miles since being serviced. Cosmetically, it would further improve with a replacement plastic rear window (detachable) and some attention to the paint on a couple of panels and some trim. There is a small rust patch to base of windscreen surround too but all in all, it represents a  great opportunity for the collector to take to the next level. 

On offer at No Reserve, the highest bid on the day buys the car.

Bidders should be aware that the vendor has advised us of a huge pile of paperwok for the car including handbook and service book. It is photographed here but at the time of writing, has not yet arrived with Brightwells.

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Reg No: K243BKV
Chassis Number: VF320DDF424193353
Engine Number: CW8R0000786
Engine Size: 1905

Lot 119

Lot ended

Thursday 09/12/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

£2,774
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