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History of the Peugeot 184
The Peugeot Type 184 was a large automobile manufactured by Peugeot at their Issy-les-Moulineaux facility between 1928 and 1929. It was bigger than the Peugeot Type 174, which had been extensively modified in 1926, and marked an attempt to broaden the range more upmarket. Despite its extravagance, it was out of step with the market at the time, and the model was phased out in less than two years with no immediate successor.
The 184's new six-cylinder sleeve-valve 3,760 cc engine was mounted forward of the driver and powered the rear wheels. At 3,000 rpm, a maximum power output of 80 horsepower was reported. The automobile had a 3,600 mm wheelbase and a total length of 5,200 mm. A huge limousine saloon/sedan, a 'torpedo' with seating for six, and a coupé-cabriolet with seating for two were also available. The 184 was Peugeot's final luxury automobile of this type, with only 31 made.