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New Book Collection — “Le Grand Livre Citroën”

New Book Collection — “Le Grand Livre Citroën”

A new series of books from L'Aventure Peugeot Citroën DS has just come to market."Le Grand Livre Citroën" is now available in French.According to our sources from L’Aventure, the English versions shall follow in April-May 2021.Stay tuned!Below is the press announcement (translated to English):< ...
Florida Anglo – French Car Meet at Classic24 Report

Florida Anglo – French Car Meet at Classic24 Report

by Chad Rogers.....Our meet at the Classic24 at Daytona International Speedway on November 4 - 8, 2020 turned-out very well.  Fortunately it is a wide-open, very-large venue, so we could practice plenty of social distancing but still enjoy our cars!It was attended by 4 -2CV's, 10 Citroën owne ...
Winter Storage Tips for Your 2CV

Winter Storage Tips for Your 2CV

(Requires paid member status to access.)by George Dyke.....First off, I’m assuming that you are going to store your 2CV in a garage of some sort that does not have a dirt or damp floor.If your plan is to just throw a tarp over it and store it outside, you need to give your little ducky a bit more ...
History of the Quai de Javel Citroën Factory in Paris

History of the Quai de Javel Citroën Factory in Paris

The Citroën factory at Quai (Park) de Javel in Paris, was Citroën’s first and arguably most famous manufacturing plant.Located just 3 kilometers from the Eiffel Tower, in the 15th Arrondissement, it began producing Citroën cars in 1919, and turned out some of the company’s most iconic models ...
The Differences in the SMs Citroën Brought Into the North America Market

The Differences in the SMs Citroën Brought Into the North America Market

Chris Dubuque in Seattle has just finished another research project, this time about the year to year differences in US and Canadian models of the Citroën SM.Chris says it has been a labour of love to source and sort through all the information.Kudo’s to him for having patience and taking the ti ...
We Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the 2CV Charleston

We Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the 2CV Charleston

Forty years ago, in 1980, Citroën launched a special series of 8,000 units dubbed “Charleston”, at a price of 24,800 francs.As noted in the press release issued at the time, “to satisfy the 2CV ‘purists’, the headlights are round, with a red housing.”In October 1980, Citroën presented ...
Two New Traction Avant Books

Two New Traction Avant Books

Pascal Berthelot has been documenting the Traction Avant since the early 1990s.His first international census, undertaken in 1994, was an accounting of survivors.He first recorded the cars he encountered at the 70th anniversary of the Traction Avant, an event held in Dunkirk, and then he participat ...
Census for Pre-war Traction Owners

Census for Pre-war Traction Owners

Nicolas Desgroppes has a passion for pre-war Traction Avants.He lives in Lyon France, owns and drives a Traction 7C, and is working on census that he intends to publish to give owners the opportunity to talk each other.One of the benefits will be to enable them to hone in on the subtle differences ...
The Goddess is 65 Today!

The Goddess is 65 Today!

Exactly 65 years ago, the DS 19 was presented to the public for the first time at the Paris Motor Show and wrote automotive history right from the beginning.On the occasion of this anniversary, DS Automobiles published the following piece of DS history that provides insights into the special relati ...
A Look at the 1935 Voisin Type C25 Aerodyne

A Look at the 1935 Voisin Type C25 Aerodyne

The Mullin Museum in Oxnard, CA is producing a number of “virtual videos” showing their extensive collection of vintage french cars. In this one, Docents Rick Eberst and David Buchko take you on an 18-minute tour of a marvelous automotive achievement — the 1935 Voisin Type C25 Aerodyne.Gabrie ...
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