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Rediscover the epic Peugeot 205 GTI
The automobile icon of the 80s
A Unique, Exclusive Model for assembly!
The fascicles contain details on the history of the brand, the development of the model, its technical characteristics and how this small car marked the history of Peugeot. Each fascicle also provides clear instructions on assembling the model, accompanied by photos and complete diagrams. Parts are named and numbered for quick and easy identification.
ASSEMBLY KITS COMING SOON
The Peugeot team which designed the 205, achieved a considerable feat by creating a car that looks like no other, while remaining true to classic aesthetic values. A perfect balance of shapes was obtained by emphasizing small details like the original radiator grille, made up of three fine horizontal bars painted in the same color as the body. During the winter of 1981, the first pre-series models were submitted to extensive tests on the testing grounds of Belchamp Technical Center, near Sochaux, where they would cover more than a million kilometers in 14 weeks! The official presentation of the new Peugeot 205 took place on January 20, 1983, to 424 dealers specially invited for the occasion. A few days later, Peugeot provided 150 units of the 205 SR 1,360 cc for journalists throughout France, before organizing tests in Morocco for the specialist press… all very enthusiastic!
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Technical data for the model:
- Scale : 1/8
- Dimensions : 53,6 x 25,4 x 11,5 cm
- Weight : More than 6 kg
- Body : Metal
- Doors, tailgate and hood : Opening
- Steering wheel : Steers the wheels
- Upholstery : Reproduced in every detail
- Engine : Faithful replica of the 205 GTi’s powerful engine
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- 53,6 x 25,4 x 11,5 cm
- More than 6 kg
- Doors, tailgate and hood
- Steering wheel
- Steers the wheels
- Reproduced in every detail
- Faithful replica of the 205 GTi’s powerful engine