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Seems Citroën might have been sabotaged by Brits in the 1968 Race around the World.

Seems Citroën might have been sabotaged by Brits in the 1968 Race around the World.

The 1968 London-to-Sydney Marathon, was the first and arguably still greatest of the ultra-marathon car races.Not a rally but a true race that pitted car manufacturers from various countries against each other.Sir Max Aitken, the owner of The Daily Express, Britain’s leading newspaper and a Battl ...
The Success of Citroëns on Southern Africa Strip Roads

The Success of Citroëns on Southern Africa Strip Roads

A strip road is a dirt road with two narrow, parallel strips of asphalt, one for each wheel.Roads of this kind can be found in parts of southern Africa, particularly Zimbabwe.The limited road construction budgets of South African nations meant strip roads could be developed as an improvement over d ...
Citroëns a salué à Columbus

Citroëns a salué à Columbus

In Columbus IN, in the Fall of each year, the city sets aside a weekend for Ethnic Expo, founded in 1984 as a celebration of their varied ethnic heritage as well as their current cosmopolitan population.Here are some photos Citroënvie member Rod Radovanovic sent us of the event:The 2018 date for E ...
Is it time to re-tire your Citroën?

Is it time to re-tire your Citroën?

(Requires paid member status to access.)With spring approaching and your Citroën tires having aged another year, we would like to urge you to ensure that they are not a hazard to you and others.Fresh rubber is critical, not just for proper grip (especially in rain) but for safety. Handling will be ...
How Citroën nearly became a GM subsidiary

How Citroën nearly became a GM subsidiary

We've covered GM's involvement with Citroen in the past, but today in Hemmings Daily there is an excellent article by Daniel Strohl that nicely discusses GM's interest, as early as 1919, into buying into the company.Highly recommended reading that yo can find here:https://www.hemmings.com/blog/2019 ...
John Chassin – Citroëniste Extraordinaire!

John Chassin – Citroëniste Extraordinaire!

By George Dyke.....John Chassin has a unique, practical and often humorous outlook on Citroën.His perspective has been published twice in his books, Why Citroën, and Why Citroën - Book 2.Fortunately, John still has the energy to work on a new version 3 that he hopes to have out sometime this yea ...
Peugeot Selected To Be PSA’s Return To North America

Peugeot Selected To Be PSA’s Return To North America

PSA’s CEO Carlos Tavares confirmed on Feb 26 that the company will reintroduce Peugeot vehicles as part of a 10-year plan to sell cars again in North America.Larry Dominique, PSA's North America chief, stated that Peugeot is the “best fit” for the North American market, based on consumer awar ...
Citroën DS and 2CV Scale Model Kits

Citroën DS and 2CV Scale Model Kits

Citroënvie member Douglas Ogle was in a local hobby shop in Belleville, Ontario the other day to purchase some paint for his model aircraft building hobby.While he was there, he was surprised to see new Heller kits for sale, and not just model aircraft – there were plastic kits of famous French ...
What 2CV Friends Are For

What 2CV Friends Are For

In 2018, Clare Howarth, from Greater Manchester in the UK, had her 2CV Dolly stolen. "Georgie" as she calls it, had been with her for 21 years, since she was 17 years old, claiming; "It's like my other child."Clare inherited her love of the 2CV and the Citroën marque from her father, Africar pione ...
Great Article Covering Citroëns at Retromobile 2019

Great Article Covering Citroëns at Retromobile 2019

VeloceToday.com published an article titled “100 Years for Citroën at Retro" and in it, they not only cover this year's Salon Retromobile but also provide an excellent overview of André Citroën and the history of the company.For the most part that article is factually correct though the author ...
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