Can’t save them all, I know, but this seems like a worthy project for a knowledgeable person who actually gets things done.
What a turnout at this year’s “Citroëns at Carlisle”! Cars, friends, and dogs could finally meet up again after so many cancelled events over the past year.
Peter is taking orders now for the first printing that should be shipping in the latter part of May.
Jeff Lane’s taste for unusual, was recently profiled in this video where he shows off some of the even more eccentric vehicles at the Lane Motor Museum in Nashville.
Peter Schuring, a Dutch DS specialist, managed to unearth it with the help of a friend.
Imagine you are Georges Pompidou, the newly elected president of France back in 1970 and you need a new Présidentielle limousine…
The whole process has been about as effective and trying to separate colours after they have been mixed into one paint.
RM | Sotheby’s is putting a fun spin on May by featuring three Citroën 2CVs in their online auctions.
The Citroen Autoclub Canada had known about this 1968 DS 21 for years in Toronto, located in the High Park area. It sat in a driveway, uncovered and seemingly neglected.
The Ami – 100% ëlectric may be coming to Washington D.C. and we’d like to think that we get some credit for the announcement.
Sander AAlderink 2CV Garage, has managed to make use of the cavity section of frame to pack in power that makes going the EV route practical.
The sum of the whole makes the DS4 a well equipped offering, but many of its features have appeared (or you can bet soon will appear) on competitive models.
Yesterday he managed to start it up and take it for a test drive!
Pioneer Automotive was known in Edmonton, Alberta as a place to talk Citroën, to buy needed parts or to take your Citroën in for repairs
This car had the registration number PP-37-98 in the Netherlands. The chassis number: 54.05.005. The car was exported from the Netherlands to America about 35 years ago.