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In Peugeot’s 210th-anniversary year, the manufacturer has announced a new restoration and sales service for its classic cars.
Vehicles will be brought back to best in Sochaux, France, at the workshops of the Musée de l’Aventure Peugeot, before being granted a certificate of authenticity and sold.
Sales will be handled online, with a new, dedicated section of the company’s website coming next year.
In addition, from early 2021, owners can book their classics in with the in-house experts to receive a complete or partial restoration.
The first car to benefit from this programme is a black 1.9-litre Peugeot 205 GTI.
Of course, the museum’s specialists are no strangers to fettling rare and valuable classic cars, and have also ensured that all necessary spare parts will be available, 3D-manufacturing processes used for items no longer in production.