For $4,500, go slowly, but carry a big stick shift wagon

The French make some of the best food in the world, and in fact both their fries and toast have become staples of the American gastronome. Sadly, French cars never found as much favor, despite such offerings as today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Peugeot 504 estate. That's too bad, but could the reason be that this one's… » 10/17/11 8:00am 10/17/11 8:00am

Forgotten Slovenian Peugeot 504 Rescued, Put Back On Road

We're getting more DOTS Bonus Edition stuff from Yurp these days, which gives us just that much more opportunity to see Peugeot 504s in their native habitat. Nicjasno, from the Slovenian city of Maribor, has photographed his family's 504, which was found sitting abandoned in the weeds near a Peugeot dealer and brought… » 5/27/08 10:40am 5/27/08 10:40am

Want a Brand New Peugeot 504? Head To Nigeria!

Supposedly the last of the African 504s was built a few years ago... yet the Peugeot Nigeria website still offers the 504 Configurator. You don't have a lot of options (though you can get a wagon), but it's a genuine late-60s-technology 504 that we must assume is built way better than the citrus-flavored examples that… » 5/05/08 4:00pm 5/05/08 4:00pm

1976 Peugeot 504 Wonders How It Came To This

While we don't see many French cars still on the North American streets, they do show up every so often at junkyards; we saw a '69 Renault 16 not long ago, and I stopped by the same junkyard last weekend and found this '76 Peugeot 504. The 504 is the only French car I've ever actually driven and worked on for any… » 3/18/08 3:00pm 3/18/08 3:00pm