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Above and below shows just how this car started its life in Steve?s grubby mitts. Bog standard and looking rather plain, it?s obviously been looked after though. According to Steve, the rims were absolutely mint which is a miracle for the standard Gti wheels, as they always looked scruffy after a couple of years!

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When comparing the standard car in the picture above and the beastie below, you realise what a few subtle changes can make. The spoiler/Clio Wiper//Lightbrows/4? Exhaust all combine to make the car aggressive and fat from the rear. This is how they should?ve left the factory!!!



Everyone, when modifying 205?s smoothes the rear panel off. This bloke hasn?t and to be perfectly honest? I wouldn?t bother. It looks well smart with the rest of the car. There is a grey 205 in the Gallery by Ecosse and he has the tailgate flushed? it doesn?t suite the car. That?s the thing with modifying. Just ?cause it looks good on one car, doesn?t mean it?s going to look good on your weapon.



The splitter?s looking nice and shiny. Shame it won?t stay that way. Stone chips are awaiting!!!



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This baby belongs to Steve. He sent me these

cracking piccies and the car just had to go straight

onto the site. Well smart car that still looks like a

205 and hasn?t lost any of the original qualities

as he hasn?t gone over the top like some. Below is

the actu al advert that Steve bought the car from in

the Auto Trader.




Tech Spec



1.9-litre with Pug Performance chip

K&N induction kit

Engine overbraid kit

OMP colour-coded strut brace

4? Magnex stainless back box



Standard shocks and springs all round

***SPAX all round to arrive 2-3 weeks***



16? Mille Miliga Spyder?s with

Pirelli P5000 195/45/16 tyres

Alloy logo valve caps



Coventry Peugeot Specialist front splitter

Pug Performance side skirts

Demon Tweeks rear spoiler with integral break light

Colour coded door handles and wing mirrors

Clio rear wiper

Front and rear ?eyebrows?

406 clear side repeaters



Peugeot GTi car mats

Alloy door pins

Momo Race steering wheel

Racing gear knob

Richbrook tax disc holder

GTi shoulder pads

Alloy handbrake handle

Chrome push button starter kit



Kenwood mask head unit with 6 disc multi-changer in boot

Kenwood 10? sub

Kenwood 6x9?s in stealth shelf

Kenwood mono amplifier

Second amplifier





This fella has a good taste in splitters and spoilers? due to the fact they are the same as mine! Fine choice my friend. As you can see, the car is absolutely mint. He bought it in November 1999 and it only had 30,000 on the clock with one owner from new and a full service history! How many 205 Gti?s do you know with that sort of history? None!!!




In Steve?s words:


?I bought the car in November 1999 with
only 30,000 miles on the clock 1 owner and a full Peugeot service history, and an all important clear HPI. The car was kept in storage for a few years of its life as the owner worked abroad- I did spend ?4,500 on it!!!!!!!!! Though


Sounds like you got an absolute bargain though.


?I got the Clio wiper from Colin at Pug-Performance, so he could probably sort you out there, the front splitter is from CPS and has gathered quite a few stone chips now!!!!?


He?s currently waiting on a nice new suspension kit from Spax. Also, he?s going to lower the thing and slam them wheels straight into the arches. That?s the only fault with the car (and it isn?t really a fault? I just can?t have the sun shining out of his backside all the time though can I?). A gorgeous machine I think you?ll all agree.



A nice old ICE install. The 205 is hardly blessed with the best/greatest space in the world, but Steve?s put what it has to good use. It probably shakes the metal panels apart!!!