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Peterson Automotive Museum ‘Duck’ Ousted From the Nest

Peterson Automotive Museum ‘Duck’ Ousted From the Nest

A 1964 2CV appeared on Bring a Trailer today that is being auctioned off from the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.It is described as a non-running project car that has been stored in their underground vault for the last five years.Obviously intended as a car for display from afar, it ...
Citroën Celebrates Its 100th Anniversary with an All-Electric Ami One Concept

Citroën Celebrates Its 100th Anniversary with an All-Electric Ami One Concept

For its 100th birthday, Citroën says that it is "reinventing itself and unveiling an uninhibited take on an urban mobility concept" at next month's Geneva International Motor Show.The pre-show announcement of the Ami One Concept is their vision of urban mobility – an all-electric vehicle outfitt ...
DS Steering Geometry & Steering Feel

DS Steering Geometry & Steering Feel

By Ken Nelson.....A lot of car people make the snide comment "I wouldn't be caught dead in a DS" due to its appearance, so I tell them this story:You're right, you wouldn't be caught dead in a DS in a head-on.You'd most likely live through it.  A friend of mine was driving his DS in France yea ...
Citroën by Henri Chapron

Citroën by Henri Chapron

By Marvin McFalls.....2019 is a landmark year for the French constructor Citroën as they are celebrating their 100th Anniversary.  At the recent Rétromobile 2019, which took place at the Porte de Versailles, Paris, on February 6 – 10, there were two significant displays of Citroëns.  ...
Why was the DS steering wheel designed that way?

Why was the DS steering wheel designed that way?

 by Ken Nelson.....The French seldom do anything without having a very good reason. Imagine what happens in a head-on collision when your body slams into that steering wheel.Remember the DS was introduced in 1955, when no cars I can think of had belts, let alone shoulder belts.Granted, there's ...
Understanding the Various Types of Citroën SM

Understanding the Various Types of Citroën SM

(Requires paid member status to access.)Although the SM was only produced for 5 years, the configurations that Citroën offered in both Europe, Canada, the USA and abroad, as well as the modifications made to them over the years, often have would be buyers and owners alike scratching their heads wo ...
Canadian DS Cabrio to be auctioned at Amelia Island

Canadian DS Cabrio to be auctioned at Amelia Island

by George Dyke.....The Gooding & Company auction at Amelia Island on March 8, 2019, will be an interesting one to watch as it will feature a 1970 Citroën DS21 Décapotable that I am very familiar with.As the auction listing describes, the cabrio, Chassis: 00FA0662, Engine: 458000706, as a rare ...
Gates of the Goddess

Gates of the Goddess

Joost Conijn chooses to travel to areas where others do not venture or which are difficult to reach. For him, the joy of his travel around the world resides in the unforeseen events along the way.It is th adventure, and his encounters with others, that form the core of his work which he documents i ...
Crocolion Departs North America – For Sale in Europe

Crocolion Departs North America – For Sale in Europe

The twin-engine 2CV rally car we have written about many times has left our shores.Crocolion was built in France by the late Jack Hannon and was stored in Montreal for many years.In November 2014 Frank Locker purchased it and refurbished to a most impressive and unusual rally 2CV.Whereas most 4 x 4 ...
Citroën 100th Anniversary Brochure

Citroën 100th Anniversary Brochure

Citroën showed off its 100th Anniversary brochure today at Salon Retromobile in Paris.You can download the impressive 27 page pdf document (in French) here.Also, a presentation outlining the organization of the 100th Anniversary Celebration that will be held on July 19 – 21 at la Ferté-Vidame w ...
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