Fes­tive feed brings out mar­que mix­ture

Geelong Advertiser - Motoring - - USED CARS -

TWENTY-FIVE mem­bers of the Peu­geot Car Club of Vic­to­ria met for a Christ­mas lunch at the Ban­nock­burn Ho­tel last Sun­day.

They came from Bal­larat, Point Lons­dale, Lara and Torquay in wide va­ri­ety mod­els,

a 1956 203 to new 308. Some of the cars that at­tended re­side Peu­geot History Shed, owned by Glenn Vagg.

The club has more than 400 mem­bers, many of them the Bar­won and Bal­larat re­gions, where mar­que has been pop­u­lar since World War II.

Keith Parry from War­ren­heip with his mag­nif­i­cent black Peu­geot 403.

Bal­larat Peu­geot guru John Vagg along­side his 1956


Paula Vagg brought her mother, Judy Den­nis, from Bal­larat in this sporty RCZ.

Brenda and Colin Stokes from Torquay with their Peu­geot 208 GTi.

Stan and Dorothy Boyle from Torquay with their 1969 Peu­geot 404.

Mount Rowan’s Glenn Vagg, who owns the Peu­geot History Shed, with a su­perb Peu­geot 604.

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