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Notes about vintage cars
 
The Peugeot 504
Not only the pick-up versino had 2.3L engines. There was a few berlines with the 2.3L engine:
- Peugeot 504 GLD 2.3  1978-80
- Peugeot 504 Break GLD 2.3  1978-80
- Peugeot 504 Familiale Diesel 2.3  1978-83
- Peugeot 504 Break GRD 2.3  1980-83
Ref. Moteur XD Indenor: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moteur_XD_Indenor
 
Peugeot 504 on Autos-Croisées: http://www.canalblog.com/cf/search.cfm?q=peugeot+504&bid=307375&searchBtn=Rechercher&x=0&y=0
 
The Volvo 200 series
Early models had a naming convention:
- 242 (two doors)
- 244 (4 doors)
- 245 (station wagon - the break)
then all became 240.
 
There is also a luxury class with the 260 series.
 
The second digit was originaly telling the number of engine's cylinders but even some 24* had 6 cylinders engines.
 
http://www.canalblog.com/search/posts/volvo%20240%20site%3Azorgblogauto.canalblog.com
http://www.canalblog.com/search/posts/volvo%20245%20site%3Azorgblogauto.canalblog.com
http://www.auto-museum.net/constructeurs/familles/136-Volvo-1119-240_242_244_245-1.html
http://www.volvo-forums.com/f30-volvo-240-242-244-245-forum.htm
http://www.swedishbricks.net/ModelFAQ/140240model.html
 

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