Apologies if it's not directly motorsports related - though the sedan derivative did win the East African Safari four times.
In 1966 my late Dad bought his first 404 in Montreal, a Canadian-assembled 404 Injection sedan in brown metallic with tan leather seats. It was a great car, if rather rust-prone. It ended up in the Netherlands, where he sold it in 1972. Then, at age 12, I swore I'd get a 404 myself one day. And so at age 20 I did, a 1967 404 Coupé Injection with a challenging amount of rust but the sweetest KF2 injected engine. I had it until 1985 and then sold it due to the rust being crazy-bad, and bought a 1963 carbureted 404 sedan, which I converted to KF2 Injection. That one was scrapped in 1990. Meanwhile in February 1989, I bought a rusty but not _that_ bad 404 Coupé Injection. It is this car that is being restored.
Edited by 404KF2, 26 February 2019 - 05:14.