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1965 Ami 6 Berline
Very rare US spec model belonging to the late John McCulloch. 12 volt. 36,297 mi. In very nice shape. Faults include: leaky fuel pump, slight deformation of the back bumper, trunk area has two patch repair areas on the sides, and the hood has one paint crack, otherwise exterior body appears perfect and mechanials are excellent. More pics at https://www.dropbox.com/sh/e6zl49d4sfi6afm/AAB6-WmPc1Djz6MJ2ZEhcYVga?dl=0. Asking $17,500 US. Contact George Dyke. email: email@example.com ON 4/18
Unique 1951 Traction Avant 11BL Convertible
43,169 kms. This convertible conversion was done by a qualified bodyshop in Toronto. It has been driven sparingly over the last 35 years since the modification was performed. With considerable effort and some clever engineering the monocoque body structure was strengthened in the lower sills, lengthening the doors (doing the top sweep toward the front), and fitting Austin Mini door hinges the lower B pillar section that was re-located rearward. The doors have fully retractable straight glass that is edge capped in chrome trim as are the front side glass pieces that fill the area between the roll down glass and the rake of the windshield A pillars. Fully retractable rear side windows were also fitted. A convertible top was custom made and has a plastic rear window that is tear-free. The full boot has been left in-tact, making it the only Traction convertible that you can seat 4 adults in comfortably in and still have room for their weekend luggage. The interior is beautifully cloth trimmed and professionally finished. Enjoy it on summer days when convertibles are ideal, or offer it as a most distinctive wedding car! Deficiencies: The left front upper suspension boot is missing, as is the heater tube to vent radiator air to the interior. (Missing on many Tractions, but easily available if you care to fit it.) Both driver’s and passengers roll-down side windows have cracked glass. These are flat panes and can be readily replaced. The car is solid, but there is minor rust on the flooring and surfaces of components underneath. Also the front fenders under where the aluminium foot plate rests have some corrosion and the surface paint on the fender just above that area shows cracking. A day on a the lift with a scraper, a little bit of welding and and some POR-15 would make the bottom as nice as the rest of the car. Attempting a convertible conversion like this to a conventional Traction BL sedan would cost a minimum of $20,000 for the just the conversion, let alone the cost of acquiring a decent running Traction to start with. This Traction “cabrio” can be yours for just $22,000 US, not $150,000+ for an original Traction cabrio, if you can even find one. Contact George Dyke. email: firstname.lastname@example.org ON 4/18
1949 Citroën Traction 11N
A high quality Traction. Body nicely enhanced by selected accessories (chrome headlights, fog lights, rear rack). Impeccable interior, Citroën original fabric. Spacious cabin: the 11 N (normal) has the internal dimensions of a Traction 15. Mechanically in perfect condition. 4 speed gearbox. Car is located in Quebec City area. Asking price: $19,500 CAN. email : email@example.com 05/18 QC
1974 Citroën 2CV Truckette
50,701 km. Purchased in July 2007 from Lionel Hondier in Vancouver. Only 600 kms put on it since purchase and all maintenance on the car has been done by Lionel. It has been used as an asset for a French fabrics and home furnishings business on Saltspring Island, BC, Canada where the car was parked on the property in front of the shop. The advertising graphic shown on the car has been removed. Has been kept in garage a during all winter months and only comes out in the spring until early fall. Price: $16,000 CAN firm! Contact Darlene Lane. Tel: 250-537-9865 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. 05/18 BC
1972 Citroën D Special (rare Canada spec. model)
65,925 miles. Hydraulics work and it runs and drives well. Desirable 4-speed manual gearbox, New battery installed. Paint in very good condition. Former owner was Amicale Citroën Internationale past president John McCulloch. Asking $13,500 US. Contact George Dyke. email: email@example.com ON 5/18
1978/1987 Citroën 2CV Charleston
Dark Grey /light grey with grey interior and only 58,000 km. Excellent condition! One of the last French-built 2CVs with a clear California title and no rust. Not a show car but always well-maintained and garaged and in very good condition throughout. Upgrades include electronic ignition and Alpine CD player with Bluetooth. Original spare, jack, and keys included. Runs and drives excellent and everything works! $16,500 US. More photos here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmeTvM4G. Car is located in Davis, CA. Contact: Dr. Kurt Kornbluth. email: firstname.lastname@example.org CA 04/18
1978 Lohr Fardier
The Lohr Fardier was designed as a light, 4×4 reconnaissance vehicle for the French army. Because of the low weight the FL500 could be dropped by parachute. It could carry a load of 480 kg, and take a 50% incline fully loaded. Citroën had the vehicles built in the Forest factory in Belgium. The practical design used many existing Citroën parts. The Military Méhari engine, Ami 8 gearbox and brakes, Ami Super drive-shafts, H van steering gear etc. All wrapped in a tough tubular frame and protected by a sturdy roll-over bar. The vehicles has many interesting features such as a centrifugal clutch, four wheel disk brakes, cutting brakes on the rear wheels for fast cornering, a center diff. lock, a mechanical rev limiter, and so forth. The engine/transmission unit is turned 90 degrees in the chassis to allow for a simple four wheel drive construction. Equipped with the famously smooth Ami 8 suspension she can be driven off-road in amazing comfort. She recently received a major service by Garage Sander Aalderink in the Netherlands. New engine and trans. mounts, new stainless steel exhaust, major tune-up, a 123 Ignition, rebuilt carburetor, flushed gas tank, new master cylinder, change of all fluids etc. The vehicle runs very well, and has gone only 2,000 km from new! Included are the operator’s manual, the Army workshop manual, and the Army “parachute drop” manual. Please note: while all mechanical parts are Citroën based and readily available, these are extremely rare vehicles. There are just two in North America. The other FL500 is in the Lane Motor Museum. Price: $16,500 US. Contact Erik DeWidt at tel: 301-829-2695 or mobile: 347-266-6868. Email: email@example.com. MD 04/18
1969 Citroën HY Van
This hard-to-find 1969 Citroën HY would make an excellent basis for a collector or food truck. Also, ideal for delivery or other urban work. The van is in good condition and the engine has been recently “tuned up”. The odometer shows 22,829 kms. The engine compartment, cab, and cargo area present well for a commercial vehicle of this age. This van appears to have had careful owners, unlike many others I have seen. The cargo area has been fitted with compartments for storage. This is a rare opportunity to buy one of these vans in the U.S. The work of finding and importing the vehicle has already been done for you. Asking price: $27,500 US. Contact Chef Nacxi Gaxiola. Tel: 917-445-5987 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org NY 04/18
1970 Citroën DS21 Pallas
This Euro spec car started life as a DSuper and was upgraded with a 2100 cc motor and a 5-speed transmission. The car was imported from France by actor Stuart Townsend in 2003. Citroën Classics USA restored the car to daily-driver condition which included new timing chain, clutch, axle boots, hydraulics, and tires. The interior and exterior has been upgraded with Pallas trim. The car accumulated less than 2K miles since its refurbishment. The interior was replaced in France and the exterior paint is presentable but has some flaws. Price: $28,000 US. If interested, please call Paul Heilig at 858.531.0552 or Paul@CitroenClassicsUSA.com. CA 02/18
1974 Citroën DS20 Pallas
This beautiful, exceptionally quiet Euro spec car has 94K original kilometers, modern seat belts and an original interior that is in superb condition. Recent servicing included: oil change and valve adjustment; cooling system flush and new water pump, radiator rebuild; hydraulics flushed, new LHM, new spheres and new accumulator. Has a 123 Ignition. Paint is in good condition with no rust on the chassis. This car was originally sold in France then driven briefly in the UK then imported to the US and has California license plates. Price: $28,000 US. If interested, please call Paul Heilig at 858-531-0552 or Paul@CitroenClassicsUSA.com. CA 02/18
1965 Citroën H Van – Equipped with Functional Kitchen
This white rebuilt beauty with a brand new full functioning kitchen inside could be your next project to take on the road. It just needs a suitable engine. This was started as a custom-built project for a food concept that became an indoors venue so we no longer need the concept on wheels. Come take a look and see it for yourself!
Selling for $75,000 US* (less than cost). (Just the custom kitchen, to code, is worth $65K. + plus the vintage truck shell: $25K.)
*Can provide with invoices and proof of sale.
– Custom 60” Griddle with Custom Counter
– Custom “L” Shaped 3 door Fridge.
– Two Individual Custom Hoods (for Grill and Fryer).
– Custom stainless work (walls, counters, cabinets, sinks, shelves, etc.).
– Custom 3-Bay Sink + Hand Sink
– Custom Plumbing (Water and Drain/Collector Tanks).
– Custom-Fabricated serving window + 2nd serving window on door.
– Low Profile Roof Exhaust Fans.
– LED Lighting
– Custom Diamond Plate Floor.
– Honda EB5000 5,000 Watt Industrial Generator (with iAVR Technology)
The vehicle needs to be completed with an engine, drivetrain and its mechanical related parts as well as front interior and windshield. Contact Chef Nacxi Gaxiola. Tel: 917-445-5987 or email: email@example.com NY 01/18
1970 Citroën DS21 EFI Chapron Cabriolet
Original Henri Chapron fuel injected convertible (first year for Citroën factory fuel injection). Registered with Chapron #9346 and also registered with Le Conservatoire in Paris. The car was purchased new at Carrier Motors in Montreal, QC, in 1971. I have the original bill of sale. The original owner drove the car for a period of time before placing the car in storage, where it remained for several years. I purchased the car from the original owner in 1988 and at that time, a partial restoration was done. In 2011 a very complete and total restoration was begun in Toronto. The car was totally dismantled to the last nut and bolt, the bare body was installed on a specially built rotisserie, and any and all deteriorated sheet metal, was replaced using factory original parts. Six years and thousands of hours and dollars later, this restoration is now completed to factory original specifications. Every nut and bolt has been removed, inspected, and replaced where necessary, using only Citroën correct fastners, and parts. The car left the factory as a white car with red interior, it is now a metallic red, with new tan leather interior. All carpets, trunk liner, convertible top, have been replaced with new. The car was painted, when dis-assembled, as was done in the factory, and is finished with an extremely high professional level of quality. Only 100 kms have been put on the car since restoration (to ensure correct operation). More photos here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsm412Hnq Asking $300,000 US. Contact Arnold Korne. Tel: 905-669-2299 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org ON 9/17
1972 Citroën DS21 Pallas
This gorgeous 1972 DS21 Pallas was restored in 2001 and is a rust-free California registered car with 33,000 miles. The car has brown leather interior which is in excellent condition. The paint is also in excellent condition. The Vredestein tires are less than one year old. The engine was rebuilt in 2001 and the cylinder head was restored in 2016. Asking $49,000. US. The car is located in Southern California. Please contact me at Paul@CitroenClassicsUSA.com or 858-531-0552. 9/17 CA
1972 Citroën 2CV (AK400) Truckette
Completely restored in 2013 including a new galvanized frame. 602cc engine. Stored from October until April. Driven less than 1000 miles, only on sunny days, since restoration. Serviced by experts at Specialty Sports Cars in Columbus, OH. See the Truckette in Columbus. $18,000. US. Contact Jim Budros: 614-397-5638 or Jimbudros4@gmail.com OH 9/17
1969 Citroën 2CV
Burgundy/black Charleston themed paint. 35,000 miles. 425 cc 2 cyl. engine. Car originally from Pennsylvania, now in Florida near Orlando for the past year. Garaged in both states. Rust free, runs good. Asking $13,000 USD. Contact Peggy at 407-920-0760 or by email at email@example.com FL 8/17
1923 Citroën Cabriolet
Chosen as the “Favorite of Show” at the 2017 Citroen Rendezvous in Saratoga Springs NY. The body and paint work were done in France and are very acceptable but not 100 point concours quality. Fabric top and lift glass windows are in good condition. Engine has been rebuilt with new parts as needed, including a rebuilt magneto. Rewired, all lights work, including added turn signals. A correct bronze Solex carburetor comes with the car but is not installed. The slightly newer Solex, a period upgrade, provides easier starting and improved running. The brakes work as well as can be expected for a car of this age. Enclosed trailer fitted with electric brakes, new tires, hubs and wheels included. The car can be easily loaded by one person using the installed hand winch. Asking $29,500 CAN. Contact Grant Slinn, email: firstname.lastname@example.org NS 8/17
1998 Citroën XM Exclusive 3.0 V6
5 speed manual. 312,000 km. Nice interior, excellent paint, not rusty. Hydraulic fluid leaks, but 100% driveable. Spheres have been replaced and the suspension works well. Driven daily. Can pick you up at Burlington, Vermont Airport, you can drive the car home. It is presently registered, inspected and titled in Vermont. Asking $10,000 USD. Contact Jerome at 802-363-5838 VT 7/17
1952 Citroën Traction Avant 11BL
I am relocating to Central America and I have to sell my Traction. I have had this car for more than 20 years. My brother-in-law who is a certified Citroën mechanic imported it for me from France. I gave him the contract to completely restore this great automobile. It was completely dismantled and the body was repainted then reassembled. The motor and transmission were rebuilt and all the parts that needed to be changed were. (Battery, radiator, hoses, starter, etc..) I went twice to France to get the parts I needed. Restoration took more than 2 years. The inside is very clean. The car is in perfect order and drives very well. This spring, I had 5 new tires installed. Total mileage of the car is 19,000 km. I am asking $29,000 CAD which is about half my cost. It is registered in Quebec and I am available to show it to someone who like to give it a good home. Contact Jacques Thibault. Phone: 438-838-1482 or email: email@example.com QC 7/17
1978 Citroën GS Station Wagon
55,332 original miles in running condition. Cornflower Blue exterior/ Black interior. Imported to the US in the early 2000s. 4-speed manual transmission. Full Citroën hydraulics in working order! Very good shape for a 40 year old car. Spent much of it’s life in Marseille, France. Price: $6,900 USD. For more information contact Renault NA. Phone: 865-361-7231 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org TN 6/17
1952 Citroën Traction 11BL
Very nice car. Two tone grey. Bodywork and interior trim in excellent condition. Mechanical (engine, gearbox, clutch, starter) recently redone. New electrical wiring. Car is located in Québec City area. Asking price: $ 14,500.00 CAD. Contact seller at 514-246-3872 or by email : email@example.com 7/14 QC
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