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Swiss Old-timer Daily Drivers

Swiss Old-timer Daily Drivers

Citroënvie member John McCulloch visited a friend in Switzerland last month whose family continues to not only enjoy classic Citroën ownership, they actually drive them!They have owned this 1932 Rosalie for more than 60 years.   Strict licensing in Switzerland demanded that he get a technical co ...
Photos from Salon Rétromobile 2016

Photos from Salon Rétromobile 2016

If you missed attending Salon Rétromobile 2016 in Paris this year, we've got the next best thing; Here's a photo galley from Geneviève Fraleux of some the spectacular cars (many of them Citroëns) that were on display.Rétromobile 2016 Photos  ...
Citroën SM Pitted Against Alfa Romeo Montreal

Citroën SM Pitted Against Alfa Romeo Montreal

ClassicCarsForSale in the UK, in their online daily update, today published an article titled "Clash of the Classics: The Citroën SM Vs Alfa Romeo Montreal".They are a spot-on choice for comparison as the SM and the Montreal were arguably the two most unusual and individually styled sport coupes of ...
Was Citroën first with parking assist back in 1927?

Was Citroën first with parking assist back in 1927?

We take things like assisted parking for granted these days, but did you know that back in 1927, in Arras France, there was a demonstration of vehicle parking assist?   While not recognized as a Citroën development, the technical features the company introduced over the years with models such as ...
DS Honoured Again as World’s Top Car Designers Pick Their Favourite Designs

DS Honoured Again as World’s Top Car Designers Pick Their Favourite Designs

On December 31, 2015 Toronto’s Globe and Mail newspaper published an article by Matt Bubber in Los Angeles where he asked top automotive designers to pick their favourite designs.The only caveat: their pick had to be from a brand other than their own.  Three chose the Jaguar E-Type making it the ...
French Peacekeeping 2CV

French Peacekeeping 2CV

It would appear that given the recent terrorism events in France some 2CV owners have taken to beefing up their vehicles for counter measures.  Witness this European Volunteer Guard (EVG) scout car.  BTW, a trace of the US Marine Corps number on the hood, USMC 1959163, turns up a patent for a line ...
George Dyke Discusses the Marvels of Citroën’s SM

George Dyke Discusses the Marvels of Citroën’s SM

The National Post in Canada has a section devoted to driving.   (Driving.ca)   Clayton Seams, a producer for National Post, who has been fascinated with the Citroën SM since he first saw one years ago, wanted to do a shoot a short video on the car and compliment that with a written piece.  He ...
Sports & Exotic Car Compares Early and Late DS Models

Sports & Exotic Car Compares Early and Late DS Models

Citroënvie member Greg Long is in the limelight again, this time in the October 2015 issue of Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car.  Their cover story is a look back at 60 years of Citroën's otherworldly DS, through the windshields of 1956 and 1971 models.   And what cars do they use for this DS co ...
World’s Largest Citroën Colour Database Established

World’s Largest Citroën Colour Database Established

BASF, one of the leading colouring and paint manufacturer companies with their well-known "Glasurit" paint brand, has been involved in a more than three-year project in collaboration with CITROËN Heritage and the Conservatoire to create a unique colour database for CITROËN models.The result is tha ...
Rave Citroën DS Review from Vancouver

Rave Citroën DS Review from Vancouver

The Citroën DS got more favourable exposure from Canada yesterday when driving.ca published an article featuring Gary Cullen in Vancouver and his 1968 DS21.
  Author Brendan McAleer was suitably impressed, giving an entertaining encapsulation of DS development and driving experience.  Read the ...
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