These photos show that the DS was well built with the objective to protect those inside.
This year, Citroën Autoclub Canada’s annual spring outing focused on the Halton Hills and Hockley Valley areas, located just Northwest of Toronto, ending with a very special stop at the exotic car collection of Tony Burgess.
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.
Although he had been in failing health for some time, the cause of his death has been attributed to Covid-19.
If Hagerty wanted sensationalism, to kick-off the their new new test series they’re calling ‘The Death Eaters’ — mission accomplished!
John McCulloch and I, along with a couple of others, spent an all-nighter listening to him recall his Citroën experiences. His enthusiasm and joviality was contagious.
Driving.ca paired up with George Dyke to shoot a profile of his 1954 Traction Avant 15-6 and discuss the history of the model.