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.
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.
The Citroën Levallois-Perret factory at the Quai de Javel in Paris had a rich history even before Citroën began producing vehicles there.
Why is it that some 2CV’s from the mid-1970’s and 80’s have square headlights? If square lights were supposed to be more modern illumination units, why do the later models have round headlights? Much discussed, much confusion. According to Fabien Sabates in “Le Guide de la 2CV”: “All 2CVs …