Two months ago, Peter fell and injured both of his knees quite badly. After an emergency surgery followed by rehab followed by yet another surgery, he finds himself back in rehab…
Recently the experts on classic Maseratis at classichemasters.com published a comprehensive article about its development.
We find it telling that Stellantis press releases mention most of the brands assimilated into the new company, but Citroën seems to be absent in many.
Citroën-DS-Manufaktur in Germany has just completed a new DS Caddy – Series 2, built according to a licensing agreement with Chapron International.
Currently part of the Mullin Automotive Museum collection, it has had only two owners and shows 10,000 original kilometers on the odometer.
A rare yet familiar Traction Avant will be on the block at the Gooding & Company auction held at Pebble Beach on August 13 and 14, 2021.
Bastille day this year marked a very special occasion for Citroenvie member Tim Clark who’s 2CV, affectionately known as Mlle Clouseau, rolled over the 100K mark on its odometer.
We’d like to give a special shout-out to Silodrome for the excellent article they have published — “A Brief History of the 2CV – Everything You Need to Know”.
When Hayden Mayeur wanted to make some income between his training sessions for the Canadian Olympic Speed Skating Team, he set his sights on a selling specialty coffee around Calgary, Alberta.
We are pleased to show a success story of one DS Safari that was recused from the estate of the late John Mazmanian in Ft. Erie, ON.
For the past decade, 2CV Truckettes belonging to French Truck Coffee have been trundling around the southern city of soul delivering coffee just after it’s roasted.
The final two shots of the trailer for the film about the late US celebrity chef, best-selling author, and television personality Anthony Bourdain, feature a Citroen SM.
I encountered many unusual things when I sold Citroën cars in the early 1970s in England, but none more so than the GS sale I will never forget.
One of the ideas that was under development was to make the entire front of the car interchangeable, so that both European and American versions of the BX could be built using a common body.
It would appear that they are taking an “Amazon/Google” approach to dominating the classic and vintage car market with these latest expansions. There’s no question they have become a formidable entity for any other company looking to compete.
This year, Citroën Autoclub Canada’s annual spring outing focused on the Halton Hills and Hockley Valley areas, located just Northwest of Toronto, ending with a very special stop at the exotic car collection of Tony Burgess.
One of my more embarrassing moments in my auto sales career happened when I supplied a Citroën DS Familiale to the proprietor of one of the largest game bird farms (sport-shooting suppliers) in the UK.
We are pleased to announce that Pierre Duperray now has a Traction Avant 11B so equipped and is doing final tests that look very positive.
Johhny sat down with Brendan McCaleer to describe how he developed a passion for Citroëns and how he has become the “go-to” guy in British Columbia for virtually all the Citroën owners there.
The much admired DS Grand Palais, a stunning 2-door coupé in the Spirit of Les Grand Carrossiers, is making its way into production.
I recall feeling awful as I walked down to where the family was joyfully still poring over their next car, but the truth could not be ignored. As gently as I could, I asked him to join me in the workshop.
For Patty Schwarze, her passion for unusual vehicles began with the purchase of a 2CV and has grown to a variety of micro/mini cars.
Can’t save them all, I know, but this seems like a worthy project for a knowledgeable person who actually gets things done.