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car exhibition in France

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26 minutes ago, Billy Kingsley said:

Cool show. A lot of cars we don't see here in the USA. Thanks for posting!

 

Thank you Billy Kingsley ! ;) 

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With Fiatchrysler and Peugeot Citroen merging, at least what the newspapers are saying, we might see some French cars again in the USA or at least North America.

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There was a time when Panhards were imported to the US.

 

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Thank you for posting! I love the Panhards. Such different looking cars.

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7 hours ago, TerryB said:

With Fiatchrysler and Peugeot Citroen merging, at least what the newspapers are saying, we might see some French cars again in the USA or at least North America.

 

Yes it's true I heard that too, that Peugeot could sell cars in a few years ;) 
 
7 hours ago, TerryB said:

There was a time when Panhards were imported to the US

 

I did not know that Panhard was also sold in America, thank you for the photo ! ;) 
 
4 hours ago, zipdang said:

Thank you for posting! I love the Panhards. Such different looking cars.

 

Thank you zipdang ! :) , Panhard was making cars with another look and marked his era, but unfortunately this brand has disappeared

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What a wonderful show! A great cross-section of automotive history.

For me? If I could have but one of those? I would want the 1907 Peugeot road racer! What an incredible automobile!

The 1911 Chenard & Walcker is a fine looking car also. I'll bet when the restoration is finished it will be amazing!  The Delage of 1905 is a wonderful example of how much automobile technology was growing in those few years. The Renault next to it is a fine looking roadster also. What year is it? I would guess about 1911/'12?

I have always thought the '20s Citroen cars were intriguing. But then, I really do like so many of the earlier cars.

 

Thank you for sharing the pictures!

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13 minutes ago, sebastienbuick said:

Peugeot 403 convertible 1959

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56 minutes ago, mike6024 said:

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Columbo?

 

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4 hours ago, wayne sheldon said:

What a wonderful show! A great cross-section of automotive history.

For me? If I could have but one of those? I would want the 1907 Peugeot road racer! What an incredible automobile!

The 1911 Chenard & Walcker is a fine looking car also. I'll bet when the restoration is finished it will be amazing!  The Delage of 1905 is a wonderful example of how much automobile technology was growing in those few years. The Renault next to it is a fine looking roadster also. What year is it? I would guess about 1911/'12?

I have always thought the '20s Citroen cars were intriguing. But then, I really do like so many of the earlier cars.

 

Thank you for sharing the pictures!

 

Thank you very much, it is with pleasure that I share these photos :) 
The Peugeot of 1907 is a beautiful race car, with a chain transmission for the rear wheel. This peugeot starts and rolls very well ;) 
Yes the Chenard & Walcker will be very beautiful once the restoration finished :) 
I'm not finished putting all the photos, but the renault next to the delage is 1914 ;) 

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5 hours ago, mike6024 said:

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4 hours ago, Bloo said:

 

Columbo?

 

 

Yess ! ;) 

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That Renault NN is really cool, kind of quirky classic all in one!  Some VERY cool cars in here.  Thanks for sharing a bit of history that many of us are unlikely to ever see!

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2 minutes ago, vette-kid said:

That Renault NN is really cool, kind of quirky classic all in one!  Some VERY cool cars in here.  Thanks for sharing a bit of history that many of us are unlikely to ever see!

 

thank you very much vette-kid ! :) 

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I had a  Renault Dauphine  like that 57 in sky blue while going to high school. Traded my 55 Chevy pickup for it because I had a paper route that covered a big part of town and it got great mileage. Great little car that never let me down. Brings back some great memories. 

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I wouldn't look to necessarily see Peugeot-branded cars sold here.  Could be more platform sharing like the Buick Cascada being essentially an Opel design.  Possibly Citroen as the electric car brand, but that's just speculation

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5 hours ago, Fleek said:

I had a  Renault Dauphine  like that 57 in sky blue while going to high school. Traded my 55 Chevy pickup for it because I had a paper route that covered a big part of town and it got great mileage. Great little car that never let me down. Brings back some great memories. 

 

I really like the Dauphine, I find it really nice and it's solid ;) 
She has the engine in the back and there have been sports versions, the Renault Dauphine Gordini and the Renault Dauphine 1093 (this is rare, there is one in a village next to me), ... :) 
 
1 hour ago, bryankazmer said:

I wouldn't look to necessarily see Peugeot-branded cars sold here.  Could be more platform sharing like the Buick Cascada being essentially an Opel design.  Possibly Citroen as the electric car brand, but that's just speculation

 

A may be yes ;) , I did not know the Buick Cascada, but this body is used by Opel here  ;) 

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