This collection of high quality remastered footage from the dawn of film shows the Belle Époque-era of Paris from 1896-1900.
Here is a pleasantly nostalgic way to spend 19 minutes spotting a variety of classic Citroëns in a truly french real world environment.
Three Africar vehicles were built with a wooden body and used Citroën GS engines mated to 2CV manual gearboxes driving the front wheels.
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.
In 1981, the James Bond movie “For Your Eyes Only” had one of the most famous chase scenes featuring a yellow Citroën 2CV.
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.
Tractions have an incredibly strong uni-body shell construction, just what Sunny needed for his high-impact stunts.
If you really want to look chic on the road, getting your hands on a classic Citroën will make you feel 007-esque.
Here is another good find on YouTube – this ten minute British Pathe reel. We have seen film of the liberation of Paris before including Charles De Gaulle walking on the boulevard but there is a lot of footage here that we have not seen before. And, of course, there …
We already know about Citroën’s gorgeous curves and superior engineering, so it’s no surprise that some select models have been featured in more than a couple of appearances on the silver screen. With a Citroën, film directors don’t just get that classic, adventurous, old-school European look; they get the brand’s …