The Peugeot 301C Decapotable Golf CD3 Coupe 1933 is a stunning piece of French engineering prowess, from the moment it was created it has been turning heads everywhere it goes. This unique piece of automotive history takes 1930's design to the next level; it is a graceful, sleek convertible with a powerful, reliable engine. The exterior of this remarkable car consists of sleek, streamlined curves, while the headlights, radiator grille and wheel arches add an aggressive yet sophisticated look. The body is finished with a delightful, vibrant powder blue colour, which perfectly offsets the black trim along the running boards, windscreen, and doors. Under the hood, lies a powerful 6.5-litre engine, which produces a respectable 130 hp and an impressive top speed of up to 90 mph. This roar of power and prowess can be made possible thanks to the 4-speed manual transmission and up-to-date brakes wrapped in high-performance tyres. Inside, the Peugeot is just as impressive. The luxurious interior boasts genuine Art Deco styling with classical black leather seats, walnut accents on the dash and door panels, and exquisite walnut wood-panelled steering wheel. The driver also has the benefit of a chrome-plated dashboard with easy-to-read analogue instrumentation spread out in a traditional three-gauge format. The Peugeot 301C Decapotable Golf CD3 Coupe 1933 is a piece of automotive art – a vintage timeless machine which showcases French engineering excellence. Its seamless blend of style, power, and practicality make it an ideal classic car for those looking to be swept away in vintage grandeur.
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