Peugeot 404 Coupé, 1962 (1965 model shown), by Pininfarina. The hardtop coupé version of the 404 was introduced 6 months after the cabriolet, at the Geneva Motor Show. Like the cabriolet it was coachbuilt by Pininfarina. At the same time Kugelfischer fuel injection was made available for the 404 saloon, cabriolet and coupé. In total Pininfarina made 17,223 Coupés and Cabriolets combined before production ended with the introduction of the 504 Coupé and Cabriolet in 1969.
This from wikipedia: The 404 coupé with the desirable “KF2” fuel injected engine was tested by Motor magazine on December 4, 1965. The title of the article is “A First Class Job” and the rest of the article follows suit in praising the model, highlighting the car’s remarkable performance and beauty. The punitive British taxes of the 1960s made this a very expensive car, equivalent in cost to a Jaguar Mark X. Overall the conclusions of the review were that it was an excellent car.
The photographs, from classix.se are of a 404 Coupé fitted with Chromodora Peugeot aluminium which were used later on the 504 V6 Coupé but they look great on the 404