Based on the Peugeot 204 with which it shared many components, the Peugeot 304 was a small family car introduced to the public at the Paris Motor Show in September 1969. The 304 was a success for Peugeot and was noted for several advanced features under its Pininfarina-styled exterior, with its independent suspended front-wheel-drive drivetrain and disc brakes. It rode and handled better than most of its contemporaries, including some cars in higher price brackets. There was a distinct upmarket feel to the 304; its handsome lines were well suited to postwar Europe’s newly affluent middle classes who desired roomy, advanced and stylish cars to park in their driveways.
This beautiful German-registered example has enjoyed much restoration work and is very nicely presented in Ivory white with a Wine red interior. A perfectly enjoyable and easy to maintain car, this charming example is offered at No Reserve to the highest bidder.