Originally planned for launch in June of 1968, the Peugeot 504 eventually came out of the factory doors in September, due to the strikes crippling the country at the time. This 4,49 meter bourgeois sedan was the first propulsion-based car of the brand to benefit from 4 independently controlled wheels. Elected the European car of the year in 1969, it was a wildly popular car, selling thousands. It is said that the design of its lights was inspired by the Sophia Loren's eyes. Its reputation would reach international levels, and would notably be produced in Argentine and Africa where its reliability and solidity made it a mainstay.
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