That’s because it is, but it’s also lightweight and relatively powerful, even though it’s just 1.3-liter inline four under its hood. With a mere 103 hp or so, the 205 Rallye tips the scale at just 1,750 pounds. Stripped of literally all conveniences, such as soundproofing and electrical systems, the 205 Rallye is the real deal. Peugeot initially planned to build about 5,000 examples, but strong demand stated otherwise with a total production count of 30,111. And now one of those 26-year-old hot hatches is proudly owned by Chris Harris. Compared to that 911R, this little old Peugeot is mightier than you’d imagine.