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2CV Engine Animation

2CV Engine Animation

This animation of a 2CV engine, showing an exploded view over time, was done by Sahlia Med Nefaa as his end-of-study project at the Higher Institute of Technological Studies of Béja Department of Mechanical Engineering-Mechatronics in Tunisia in 2014.It is interesting to see how the internal compon ...
Zoo Safari – Covid Style

Zoo Safari – Covid Style

A trip to the zoo has never been so funky!We live in Toronto, Canada, and we're very fortunate to have an amazing zoo close by, the Toronto Zoo.When Covid-19 hit in March, nearly everything was shut down over the course of 5 days, including our beloved zoo. Our family has a membership, and we like ...
Adding Air Conditioning to My Traction Avant

Adding Air Conditioning to My Traction Avant

(Requires paid member status to access.)by Richard Boudrias.....After enjoying several Citroëns of different types, sizes and colours, fifteen year ago I became the proud owner of my current pride and joy — a 1955 Traction Avant 15/6H.It was love at first sight that prompted me to undergo a ...
Lancia, Bizzarrini & Ferrari: A Walk Around Thornley Kelham

Lancia, Bizzarrini & Ferrari: A Walk Around Thornley Kelham

Carfection are producing some fascinating classic car videos these days. In this one, host Henry Catchpole visits the Thornley Kelham restoration workshop in Gloucestershire in the UK and discusses with Simon Thornley the attributes of Lancia, Bizzarrini and Ferrari.And check-out the two Traction A ...
Caterpillar Half-track Citroën in Romania – 1936

Caterpillar Half-track Citroën in Romania – 1936

Citroënvie member Bruce Turner, who lives in Vancouver, has neighbours, Adam Rosza and Simona Hera, with an interesting Citroën connection.They recently discovered this photo of Simona’s great-grandfather, Nicolae Labes, in front of a half-track Citroën bus.It is extremely rare to see one with ...
Ken Nelson Details the Robustness of his DS Cabriolet.

Ken Nelson Details the Robustness of his DS Cabriolet.

We've had lots of interest about Ken Nelson's DS Chapron cabriolet and how he has made it to be, as he claims; 'the most robust DS cabrio in existence'.While it is not going to win any contest for pristine looks, what Ken has done underneath to keep this car on the road as his "driver" is quite rem ...
Proof That Bertoni Applied Kamm Tail Benefits to the Sleek DS

Proof That Bertoni Applied Kamm Tail Benefits to the Sleek DS

When Flaminio Bertoni designed the DS, he incorporated a Kamm tail effect in a very clever way while not actually utilizing a Kamm tail design.Kamm tail — also known as "Kammback" or "K-tail" — is an automotive styling feature where the rear of the car slopes downwards before abruptly cutting o ...
The Hardiness of a DS and Reusability of a 2CV

The Hardiness of a DS and Reusability of a 2CV

by Ken Nelson.....I recall two firsthand experiences on subject:DS RobsutnessI was driving my '67 rebuilt DS cabrio to Northfield Mountain meet in June '94, having installed a used engine bought from a friend in Detroit in 1989.  He said engine had about 70k miles on it.  ...
A Citroën Friend Needs Our Help!

A Citroën Friend Needs Our Help!

40 years of history and memories of Ottawa Citroën Club member Michel Aubé and his wife Claire went up in smoke 7 days ago in a devastating fire in their home in Williamsburg Ontario.All but their cat was unfortunately lost.Michel does Citroën, Peugeot and Renault repairs in the Eastern Ontario ...
Commemorating André Citroën by Finding an Early Marketing Aspiration

Commemorating André Citroën by Finding an Early Marketing Aspiration

On this 85th anniversary of André Citroën’s death on July 3, 1935, we reach back to the past:This July 27, 1919 article from the Baltimore American, the city's longest-running newspaper until it ceased publication in 1986, mentions André Citroën and his association with Renault.It states that ...
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