Burton 2CV Wiper Motor for 1981-on cars. Brand new and still in the box.
Francois Brun Wibaux hosted the entire event inside his private air conditioned French Car Museum in Bradenton with an incredible complementary buffet of wine, beer, and light but plentiful French fare.
One of the ideas that was under development was to make the entire front of the car interchangeable, so that both European and American versions of the BX could be built using a common body.
It would appear that they are taking an “Amazon/Google” approach to dominating the classic and vintage car market with these latest expansions. There’s no question they have become a formidable entity for any other company looking to compete.
Chris Dubuque has been busy pursuing his passion documenting the history of West Coast Citroën dealers. His latest efforts include C.J. Motors and Shamrock Motors.
This year, Citroën Autoclub Canada’s annual spring outing focused on the Halton Hills and Hockley Valley areas, located just Northwest of Toronto, ending with a very special stop at the exotic car collection of Tony Burgess.
An exceptional original DS bought from the 1st owner in the mid-80’s from Avignon.
Texts and illustrations, many of them previously unpublished, tell the story of Citroën’s first century in detail in three volumes. The fourth volume brings together reproductions of documents, images and drawings completing a century of automotive history.
One of my more embarrassing moments in my auto sales career happened when I supplied a Citroën DS Familiale to the proprietor of one of the largest game bird farms (sport-shooting suppliers) in the UK.
Purchased from an Austrian correspondent working at the UN in New York City
who, with diplomatic credentials, brought it in and licensed it in New York State.