In his new book, “What a Ride!”, Richard tells not just about growing up around Citroën, he also provides a first-hand account of Citroën’s history in North America.
At the West Coast Rendezvous everyone had a great weekend whether they can brought a French car or not.
This video shows a visual history of the development of hydropneumatic suspension in various Citroën models.
Only a few GS’s were imported in the 70’s before Citroën withdrew from North America. Are any of them left?
An incredibly detailed history of Citroën in Oregon, Washington state, and British Columbia.
Each year Howie Seligmann and ‘the pit crew’, bring Citroëns together to be a part of the NYC Bastille Day celebration.
MythBusters tried to build a motorcycle from a 2CV, as Emile Leray had supposedly once done in the Moroccan desert, but was their conclusion about the viability of doing so accurate?
The Citroën Peace & Love Rendezvous weekend, organized by Rik and Katty Dehaen, has become a popular annual event in Eastern Canada. This marked the 4th year and was once …
The weather was sunny and the temperature perfect for our annual drive to Niagara’s wine country.
At La Ferté-Vidame in July, the Aguttes auction featured a CX Break that the National Gendarmerie Intervention Group used to go after the bad guys in the late 1980’s.
Since Citroënvie member Dominique Legeai moved to Arizona, he has been busy creating a Citroën Club there.
Diana and James William win top prize for best import at the Gathering of the Classics.
Those attending the Concours d’Elegance of America at the Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth, MI on July 28 got to see an interesting Citroën. The Lane Motor Museum in …
Earlier this year, George Klein heard about a 1972 SM that was languishing in a garage near Miami, Florida. The body looked pretty good. It was repainted once in a …
Billed as the “Gathering of the Century” for Citroen, George Dyke attended the 3-day event in July 2019 and reports on the festivities.
The 20th annual Bastille Day Rally in New York City has announced a new route this year.
We mentioned back on June 13, 2019, that a 1962 Citroën ID19 Le Dandy Coupe is to auctioned by Gooding & Comapny at Pebble Beach on August 16 & 17. It would appear that a few more rare Citroëns are also going to be on the block.
Our adventure in France began as a result of listening to Citroënvie club “tool man” Jim Sciberas describe the plans for he and fellow club members to attend the 100th year Citroën anniversary celebrations in France this summer.
June 17th was the Italian and French Car Show at Waterfront Park in North Vancouver BC, an event that has become an annual Fathers’ Day tradition.
On Citroën’s 100th anniversary we report on the annual tradition of gathering Citroëns on Fathers Day weekend at Saratoga Springs, NY.