In China, the 504 was produced in pickup form, with a four-door crew cab, a live rear axle, on an extended estate platform. These were built by Guangzhou Peugeot Automobile Company. Chinese production of the 504 pickup ceased in 1997, when the joint venture folded.
The Peugeot 504 was also produced in Argentina until 1999 by Sevel in El Palomar near Buenos Aires, in sedan, estate and pickup forms. The pickup was manufactured in single and double cab with payload of over 1 tonne (1.300 kg ) from 1983-1997, and exported mainly to bordering countries. In 1991 the later models were slightly restyled at the front and rear, with the lamps and bumpers changing design. These cars were also given a new interior. Argentinian 504s offered the 1,971 cc petrol four-cylinder, or the 2,304 cc diesel.
Pickup versions were available with a live axle.
The French company Dangel also produced Peugeot approved four-wheel drive Break (estate/station wagon) and pickup models.
Its engines and suspension were used in later models of the Paykan, the Iranian version of the Hillman Hunter.
Peugeot 504 pickup truck 4x4 Dangel
From the famous name of its all-wheel drive the 504 Dangel is always noticed when one encounters one, high on legs, it looks great. XN1 or XD2 diesel petrol engine, BV4 BA7, transfer box with 2 ranges and central limited-slip differential (interlock DGL), optionally lockable, protections and various reinforcement for the off-road.
Henri Dangel explains the genesis of this vehicle, a prototype break was presented to Peugeot who will market it in pick-up for a superb French commercial career to the model 504 in the same years where the 4x4 mehari built at only 1213ex draws its reverence ( Having especially missed his appointment with the armies despite his qualities).
The 504 will do wonders in African raids and rallies at the hands of David Horsey.