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Rendezvous 2019 – Par Les Trois Chauffeurs

Rendezvous 2019 – Par Les Trois Chauffeurs

by George Dyke…..As Citroën celebrations for their 100th anniversary are being staged all over the world this year, the annual tradition of gathering Citroëns on Fathers Day weekend at Saratoga Springs, NY continued unabated.With a mild reference to Citroën’s Centenary, for the most part, it ...
Citroën’s Most Lucrative Sponsorship Deals

Citroën’s Most Lucrative Sponsorship Deals

Citroën founder André Citroën knew how to market his cars.In 1925, he rented the Eiffel Tower, then lit the Parisian landmark with 250,000 bulbs arranged to display 'Citroën'.It stayed on the tower until 1934, and remains, to this day, one of his brilliant marketing moves.Many years later, the ...
Rare Citroën and Tatra to be Auctioned at Pebble Beach

Rare Citroën and Tatra to be Auctioned at Pebble Beach

A 1962 Citroën ID19 Le Dandy Coupe has just been listed to be auctioned at the Gooding & Company Pebble Beach Auction.We don't have details yet on the Le Dandy, but suffice to say it should command a premium dollar.1962 Citroën ID19 Le Dandy CoupeLe Dandy, effectively a hard-top version of th ...
Michelin Debuts Their Next Generation Airless Tire

Michelin Debuts Their Next Generation Airless Tire

It’s like Michelin took inspiration from Citroën with the chevron structure of their new airless tire.Michelin says their new design called ‘Uptis’ (unique puncture-proof tyre system) is a production-ready version of the Tweel system that can sufficiently replicate the characteristics of a n ...
The 2CV shows us that we need not more, but less technology today.

The 2CV shows us that we need not more, but less technology today.

Here is a great article by Kris De Decker (edited by Vincent Grosjean) that appeared in Low Tech Magazine, advocating for the attributes of the 2CV to be applied to cars we are driving today.Kris compares it with Citroën's own C1.In spite of all the high-tech that has been squeezed into cars since ...
If PSA Plans Only to Sell Peugeots in the USA, Why is this DS7 here?

If PSA Plans Only to Sell Peugeots in the USA, Why is this DS7 here?

This DS7, spotted recently with Georgia license plates, makes us wonder what's up with PSA's commitment to return to selling cars in the USA?Why is a DS7 over here when they have stated that Peugeot will be the brand they will be re-introducing? Since PSA now has headquarters in Atlanta, it's probab ...
Celebrating June 4, 1919 – The Kick-off Date to the Citroën Marque

Celebrating June 4, 1919 – The Kick-off Date to the Citroën Marque

100 years ago today, on June 4, 1919, André Citroën presented his first vehicle, the Citroën Type A 10 HP, to the press.It would go on to become the first mass-produced European vehicle targeted for the mass market and a success!With a displacement of 1,327 cc and 18 HP at 2100 rpm, it consumed ...
Two Stashed Away SMs and a CX Up For Auction in Michigan

Two Stashed Away SMs and a CX Up For Auction in Michigan

Jeff Begg was an engineer who worked for Dana Corporation, founded several manufacturing companies of his own and was known as bit of an automotive nut.The Marshall, Michigan, businessman hoarded vintage cars, motorcycles and parts at a rate nobody in his family suspected.Jeff BeggsWhen h ...
Hagerty Discovers the CitroMuseum in Castellane, France

Hagerty Discovers the CitroMuseum in Castellane, France

While we have written many articles about the CitroMuseum in Castellane, France, this month Hagerty featured an article by Ron Glon on french collector Henri Fradet and his astounding collection of more than 110 post-war Citroëns.The museum is well worth a visit for all Citroën enthusiasts.Read t ...
A Practical Solution For SM Suspension Stops

A Practical Solution For SM Suspension Stops

(Requires paid member status to access).by George Dyke and George Klein.....Keeping the suspension stops on an SM in good condition is essential. The reason being that they determine how low the car will settle, when at rest. Sitting too low is caused by flattened or missing rubber cone stops for t ...
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