Since the highlight of their Paris trip was a ride in a 2CV, Mike set out on a quest to buy one to help Ann remember their times in Paris.
SCM Publisher Keith Martin had to bust his hump for years to acquire another “camel”.
Johhny sat down with Brendan McCaleer to describe how he developed a passion for Citroëns and how he has become the “go-to” guy in British Columbia for virtually all the Citroën owners there.
It takes considerable courage to resuscitate a Citroen D that has sat outside for more than two decades in the British Columbia climate.
The value of D Cabriolets over the years has skyrocketed alluring classic connoisseurs and collectors, and making them very sought-after vehicles.
Today’s Globe and Mail featured an article by Brendan McAleer about Citroënvie member Greg Long and how he occasionally deviates from purchasing Citroëns to buy something even more unusual.
An incredibly detailed history of Citroën in Oregon, Washington state, and British Columbia.
Pick-up this month’s (July 2018) issue of Road & Track and read a beautiful story by contributing writer Sam Smith about taking his daughter for ice cream in 2CV. It’s beautifully written and photos by DW Burnett really make and exceptional piece. We won’t spoil the experience by telling you …
by George Dyke….. While perfect weather helped make the 42nd annual Citroën Rendezvous at Saratoga Springs NY on Fathers Day weekend a great event this year, it wouldn’t have happened without the organizing efforts of the ‘Chauffeurs’; Michaela Hellman, David Cossitt Levy, Tim Kinnel and Chris Westfall who once again …
by George Dyke….. Rendezvous is affirmation of life, not only for Citroën loving friends that annually congregate each Father’s Day weekend at Saratoga Springs New York but for the various models of the iconic marque that reappear showing their venerability and enduring appeal. View a full photo gallery of …