Today we received the sad news from our friends in Quebec that Claude Guillot has passed away.
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.
In the ad, released on Dec. 3, but in recent days since criticized on social media, shows Diab using a camera on his car to photograph a woman crossing the road, apparently without her consent.
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.
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.
It was on December 14, 1981 that the last Citroën Type H rolled down the assembly line in the Aulnay sous Bois factory, just northeast of Paris.
The folks at Fifth Gear, the British motoring magazine series, just took aim at the new Citroën Ami, in a road test test where they took the urban runabout to the track to test handling parameters.
The China Car book by François Castaing goes into great detail about the Chrysler CCV project to design and built a third-world car, but it only glosses over how the company managed to find and purchase the little French gem that inspired – a Citroën 2CV.
Cyril Ribas from Aventure 2CV has produced a spectacular short video documenting a road trip he and his 16 year-old son Evann took through the Swiss Alps in his four-wheel drive 2CV.
With the Covid-19 pandemic tamed down somewhat, Citroën Autoclub Canada was able to hold their annual Christmas party in person once again.
Tiff Needell takes the Ami 8 driven by James May in Top Gear 10 years ago to the track for an “all-out” run.
A very rare forerunner to the Maserati Quadraporte II, with just a couple of Citroën components, was offered for sale today by RM | Sotheby’s in Le Castellet, France.
The article goes into great detail and shows some good pictures of the process involved, but one needs to stay on top of all stages of a DS restoration.
The film contains some incredible archive footage of a Kégresse track vehicle and then La Croisière Jaune — the trans-Asian expedition in 1931/1932 that was organized by Citroën to promote their Kégresse vehicles and further the company’s reputation for reliability.
MoMA had the car repainted before the exhibition. Things were disassembled, and the parts must have been reassembled by people with no knowledge of a DS.