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1971 Citroën H Van
1981 Citroën H Van
Diesel engine – not fast but lots of torque! Was originally built to transport horses , so extra “head room”. Bought in England where it was restored to become a mobile coffee shop and then imported into Vancouver, Canada and used for a few years. Retired 2 years ago and not used since. New tires and battery, clutch recent. Start well and runs, but will need a brake job. Very solid frame / floors!! All the outside wood paneling was redone. There’s no more equipment inside but electrics are present to re-install some. Priced to sell at $17000 CAN. Located in Vancouver: Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. BC 05/19
1963 Citroën ID19
I bought this thinking I could restore it, but what it needs is beyond my ability. The engine starts, from the starter key and ignition button and sounds OK, but needs tuning. There is a leak in either the head gasket or the head. I’m not sure which. I installed a new coil and battery. It came with a new knock-off Weber that works. I have a new distributor, which will come with the sale. Clutch seems to engage, but I haven’t attempted to run it. The car does roll freely. There is some body rust. In my non-professional opinion, it is not close to terminal. Previous to me, someone had used bondo on the right front quarter panel. Maybe elsewhere too. The trunk floor is rotted through, but I have the replacement piece and it comes with the sale. The entire exhaust system will need to be replaced. Car has no working brakes, but the front calipers are in place, and I have the rears; not installed. There are also four new brake pads. The four quarter panels fit onto the car easily and line up pretty well. Interior is rough though the leather seats front & rear are in very good condition. The seats will need to be reinstalled. AM/FM radio. Don’t know if it works. Gauges are present, but I don’t know if they are working. There is power to the dashboard area. Dashboard cover is missing. All four windows open and close as they should. All doors open and close. I haven’t tried the locks. This is car is a restoration candidate. At worst, it’s a great parts car. Located in Westchester County, NY. Price: $5,000 US or OBO. Additional photos here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphsalomonphotography/sets/72157680113467608. Contact Ralph at: email@example.com NY 05/19
1955 Citroën Traction Avant 11BN
From 1990-1993: All bottom panels from the doors replaced and fenders points replaced, rust removed, Car totally stripped to bare metal. Picture upon request. Total car painted with epoxy paint. New wiring front to end, 6volt. Engine overhauled in 2012, including new “sans plumb” valve seating, new pushrods and rocker panel and valves. twin carbs put in (Europe), and gearbox overhauled in 2010 in Europe at an official Traction Avant garage. New gas tank. (1998), 2x new homokinetic front axles (2017). Front brakes redone (2017). Front Silent blocks replaced in 2010 in Europe, 2-day job (needed 80-ton press for that). New original interior in 2000. Extra’s: roof rack (valued at $450 in Europe), front window wind catchers. (valued at $450), original Robri accessories the bottom rear fenders and top of the trunk, front fenders clignoteur, rear lights and clignoteurs, – all hard to find original Robri,’s. Included with purchase: All spare parts including starter (value 400 euro’s), dynamo, spare water pump, points, spark plugs multiple gaskets, Spare bulbs, rubbers, spare front window, and much more. Also original spare parts book and other Traction books in French. Asking $34,000 US including 1 pedal car Citroën Traction Avant for the kids. View on Youtube: https://youtu.be/rd0nbWlQ4SA. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Located in Orlando, Florida. FL 05/19
1965 Citroën 2CV Charleston
Registered as 1965. Disc Brakes, 602 cc engine, 123 ignition. No rust, great shape. Asking price: $19,000 US. Located in Loch Arbour, NJ. Call or text or Paul at: 732-531-5130 or email: email@example.com NJ 04/19
1987 Citroën C15E Truckette
One of two known to seller in North America. The Visa version of Citroën’s famed Truckette. Peugeot 4-cylinder engine, 4-speed manual gearbox. Cavernous interior with a minimal footprint – carry anything and park anywhere! Rare to find with such low mileage – these tended to be used long and hard in France, often as postal delivery trucks, bakery delivery vans, contractor vehicles, and the like. Extensive documented mechanical refurbishment completed by Gert De Jong Citroën in the Netherlands and by Dave Burnham Citroën in the US. Exceptional mechanical condition – lights, wipers, washer, heater and fan, and all gauges work. Cooling system, fuel system, brakes, and steering all restored. Purchased from original owner in Burgundy, France with just 75,000 km – now has 85,817 km from new. Cosmetics were left as original, including period dealer sticker and French license plates, making this a unique and practical vehicle you can use. 5 good tires, wheel rims restored and painted. Constant comments and questions wherever you go – and just in time for Carlisle and the Rendezvous! Just $7500 US. Located in Montpelier VA, (just outside Richmond). Contact Tim Bentley at: firstname.lastname@example.org. VA 04/19
1987 Citroën 2CV Hoffman Cabrio
2CV frame with German fibreglass kit on rear. Visa engine with more HP than a standard 602cc 2CV engine. Very good condition. Radio and clock. Only 47,950 km. Very few in USA. Price: $15,800 US. Located near Williamsburg, VA. Contact Dean at: email@example.com VA 04/19
1986 Citroën 2CV
Very good condition inside and out. Have owned it for 10 years. Always kept in the garage. Taken to local car shows in car club. 602 cc engine. Run all day at 65mph. Reason for sale – looking for another Citroën. Price: $15,500 US. Located near Williamsburg, VA. Contact Dean at: firstname.lastname@example.org VA 04/19
1974 Citroën 2CV
Current owners purchased it in 2004 with 52,500 miles on odometer. 92,900 miles when odometer failed. 500 km on new speedo unit. Registered as 1974. Disc brakes and other German market features. No rust, original paint from date of upgrades, small scratches in a few places. Always garaged by current and previous German owner, both 2CV enthusiasts. Serviced by Lon Price of Santa Cruz Garage Longueville, and Peter Koine, in Belmont 2004-2019. New standard seat covers front and rear. New speedometer February 2019. New starter and solenoid in December 2018, new battery in October 2018, new clutch cable in 2016, new vinyl top installed in 2015, and 4 new Michelin tires in 2016. Electronic ignition conversion kit installed in 2004. All service records for current owners. $19,000. US. Located in Kensington, CA. Tel: 510-432-5185 or email: email@example.com CA 04/19
1987 Citroën 2CV Charleston
Genuine 1987 German market version with options supplied to cars in that market including reclining seat, headlamp flasher switch, bumper trims and deluxe interior with door cappings. Total body-off restoration completed in 2017 on a totally rust and damage free car at a multiple Pebble Beach Concourse winning restoration shop to a very high standard. High tech sound insulation and carpeting fitted throughout. Original style Michelin X tires. Everything works as it should. Drives as good as it looks. It is a Michel Fournet car registered as a 1966 for import purposes. Everything is 1987 except the floor pan which is a new galvanized unit. The condition is best described as like new (actually somewhat better in some ways). Quite possibly the best Charleston in the country. Will supply details and more pics to interested parties. 55,000 miles. $22,500 US. Call or text 503-451-4328. Located in Oregon. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org OR 03/19
1982 Citroën Visa II Super X 4 door hatchback
1290 cc 4 cylinder petrol engine, 5-speed gearbox. Sun roof. The only one in Canada. This is the famous ‘Mazmobile” previously owned by the late John Mazmanian. VIN: VF7VDVL0000VL1817. Body wrapped in 3M vehicle wrap. Excellent body condition with minor surface rust only. Recent complete overhaul includes; tuneup – cap/rotor/plugs, carburetor, brake lines/cylinders/pads/drums and rotors, shocks/struts, gas tank/fuel pump, new clutch, seat covers, new headliner, new tires and new battery. All electrical in perfect working order. A perfect daily driver. You can cruise all day at 100km/hour. Located in Richmond Hill, ON. Asking $5,000 US. Contact George Klein at: 416-400-0554 or email: email@example.com ON 01/19
1989 Citroën BX 16 Valve
Silver with black leather interior. 16 valve model that I imported last year from Lisbon. Approximately 60,000 miles on the odometer. good condition overall – paint isn’t perfect but no rust or serious body damage anywhere. Drives very well. Recently serviced by Rich Hollabaugh in NJ, spheres and the usual Citroën goodies replaced and gone through. I have import docs and some other paperwork on it in addition to what I’ve gotten from Rich. I did have a headlight lens break on me the other day and I’m sourcing a replacement. Asking $16,500 US o.b.o. Car is in Rydal, PA. Contact Chris Allen: 609-647-3267. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. PA 01/19
1953 Citroën Traction Avant 11B
One owner since 1972, when the car was imported into the U.S. from southwest France. Complete restoration in 1981 – body, interior and mechanicals, including engine overhaul and has been garage kept since. This car drove in the vintage revival of the Trans-Canada Rally in 1994 and has been equipped with a rally speedometer, seat belt anchors, radio and driving lamps. Otherwise, it is a completely original car and rust-free. The car was involved in a minor rear fender-bender a few years ago. The dent in the trunk lid has been repaired, but the final paint-work on the trunk was never completed. The car was last driven in 2016 and has been parked since. For sale at $17,000 US. Located in central Florida. E-mail to: email@example.com. 12/18 FL
1984 Citroën 2CV Beachcomber
1982 Citroën CX 2400 GTi
Manual 5 speed. In excellent condition, everything works, engine, suspension and breaks are great with no leaks. The interior has been redone and the car is pretty close to show room condition. New Michelin Tires( 185/70/14). The speedometer shows 99,982 Km. No rust and the paint is like new. This car is the Series 1, so it has the original dash and chromed bumpers. It is equipped with the diravi driving control and it is a pleasure to drive. View more photos here: Claude Mar Citroen. Price: $15,000 CAN. Car is located near Québec city. (3919 ave Royale, Saint-Ferréol les Neiges, Québec, Canada G0A 3R0). For more info
please contact me: Claude Marois, ph: 418-826-1249, email: firstname.lastname@example.org 10/18 QC
1953 Citroën Traction Avant 11BL
New paint on a rust free car. Many new mech parts. Runs and drives very nicely. Interior mostly orig. Decent cond. Asking $18,500.00 US. Will trade OBO. Located in southwest Florida. Call Peter Pitcher for info: 941-505-5531. 08/18 FL
Unique 1951 Traction Avant 11BL Convertible
43,169 kms. This convertible conversion was done by a qualified body shop 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 comfort 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 aluminum foot plate rests have some corrosion and the surface paint on the fender just above that area shows cracking. A day on the lift with a scraper, a little bit of welding 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: email@example.com 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 : firstname.lastname@example.org 05/18 QC
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
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
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. $15,000 US. Contact Jim Budros: 614-397-5638 or Jimbudros4@gmail.com OH 9/17
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