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Peugeot 3 Litres Indianapolis 1920-1921

Peugeot started participating in the Indianapolis race in 1912. At the time the engine capacity ranged from 3 to 7,6 litres for a 4 cylinders. In 1920, after World War I, Peugeot returns to Indianapolis with a car equipped with a 4 cylinder engine of 3 litres capacity with three overhead camshafts, 5 valves and twin ignition per cylinder. These cars, unfortunately do not finish the race. In 1921 two cars are entered in the race with a less sophisticated 3 litres 4 cylinders with two overhead camshafts and four valves per cylinder. One car ended in 18th position but was later disqualified because it had lost its engine hood during the race. The present model was fully restored by l'Aventure Peugeot.

 

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