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Imagine you are Georges Pompidou, the newly elected president of France back in 1970 and you need a new Présidentielle limousine…
I purchased the car in Malaysia in 1973 and drove it there up and down the east coast of West Malaysia then drove to Port Klang and shipped the car to Boston.
This car is highly original and has been treated gently. The upholstery is original.
This Model Lomax has doors, a rear luggage rack, and a spare tire rack. A spare tire is included in the sale.
Electronic ignition, modern driveshafts, overhauled radiator with added expansion tank… and a lot more. Everything works, even the clock.
Rare 6 cylinder model. Runs, drives and stops nicely. Hydraulic system operates properly.
Car is in excellent condition and was restored in Belgium. Always garaged. Located in Honolulu, Hawaii.
The car is in excellent condition and is garaged. Located in Honolulu, Hawaii.
One of just 600 3.0 litre examples built with a manual transmission and one of 2619 built in 1973, this SM is an accident free car and always winter stored.
2.7l engine with 5-speed transmission. US model with Euro nose retro fitted. Runs well and reliably.
Restoration completed in 2009 and driven just 5,600 km since.
With the original 602cc M4 engine, it has been extensively renovated, to its current condition, as close to original as possible.
With a reconditioned Burton high compression engine which was installed in 2014 and has been lightly used since, covering just 2,200 miles.
An eye-catcher painted in peace and love vibe. Drives very well.
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.
2CV frame with German fibreglass kit on rear. Visa engine with more HP than a standard 602cc 2CV engine.
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.