SCM Publisher Keith Martin had to bust his hump for years to acquire another “camel”.
Tommy a new 2CV owner form Colorado, does a pretty good job explaining to the virtues of his 1982 Charleston model and shows its driving characteristics.
Back in the 1980s and early ’90s, if you wanted a Citroën, there was a good chance you got in touch with David Allen who operated a business importing and brokering Citroëns to enthusiasts.
How much will it go for? No estimate has been provided by RM Sotheby’s, but it sold to the current owner for €71.300 (+10% buyers premium) on Sept. 21, 2019.
Srećko Višek and his friends take a Barbour 4 x 4 2CV and a standard 2CV and show the remarkable advantage the 4 x 4 has over FWD.
A mystery Ami. Are you aware of its origin or history? Have you ever seen it before?
Harry Whitver and his 2CV are featured in a beautiful video by the Metro Nashville Arts Commission.
The DS looked like a cork in a bottle, but a cork that also contained the parents, their several kids and a roof-rack of the family’s luggage.
Kees and Jacobine Kamp recently completed the grueling 12 stages of the 2022 Dakar Classic in their 1985 Citroën CX Pallas.
With winter raging on in Canada and the Northern USA states, we felt it fitting to celebrate the whiteness by taking a drive with Etienne Musslin
The Osenat auction house held a most interesting online bidding opportunity in January.
He started the car, selected first gear, and a loud “CRUNCH” sound emanated from under the hood.
This 1967 factory DS 21 Décapotable is believed to be one of fewer than 90 produced for the model year.
When I pulled up to the entrance level in my 1970 DS21, Mike immediately asked if I would like to bring my car inside to take some photos of it in the chancel where the altar used to be.
We present this HY Van cardboard cutout displaying a selection of Malo yogurt from the Bretagne region of France.
One of the questions we frequently get asked is “Where can I get my Citroën serviced?” That’s an issue on the minds of the majority of classic Citroën owners in the USA and Canada.
Cold War Motors is sort of an automotive themed version of Bob and Doug Mackenzie from the SCTV comedy series days, with beers in hand and a wall of liquor bottles serving as the backdrop in the part of his shop where the video is shot.
Iain Tyrrell discusses the SM’s development and takes a road test where he eloquently conveys the brilliant engineering and remarkable ride that only the SM delivers to one fortunate enough to be behind the wheel.
Jeremy Clarkson points out to Richard Hammond the giant stop warning light in the SM, which happens to be on, along with the alternator and oil pressure light, which begs the question, why would you drive the car with these lights on?
A trial drive around the block convinced me that no way would this worn out machine get me back home.
A great video about this often overlooked chapter of Citroën’s Group B rally car history.
For the past 40 years, Hayao Miyazaki, an animator more revered than Walt Disney in his homeland Japan, has driven to work behind the wheel of a Deux Cheveaux.
As electric vehicles proliferate, finding a balance between them and internal combustion engine automobiles will necessitate us all determining what is practical to allow us to live to some degree in the manner we have become accustomed.
With 2.5 years of development, HY Conversions in The Netherlands has honed designs for dramatically accelerating HY Van performance and delivering stopping power to match.