We need to sell our Peugeot CJ Cabriolet because it lacks power steering - where is best to do this?

My wife has reluctantly decided to sell her Peugeot CJ Cabriolet as she can no longer cope without powered steering. The car was first registered in 1993. It has been in our family for the last sixteen years; just two owners from new. It has completed 45,000 and comes with a complete service history together with all invoices etc. This lovely car is in first class original condition and is probably amongst the very best examples of this particular model of the 205 in the UK. She would welcome your advice on how to proceed with the sale and how best to get an accurate valuation.

Asked on 30 July 2011 by DW, Lincoln

Answered by Honest John
Try the clubs, which are: www.clubpeugeotuk.org ; www.205gtidrivers.com ; and www.205oc.co.uk . But you must be able to fit the CJ with power steering because late 205GTIs had it.
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