Chris Dubuque has just finished another West Coast Citroën dealer mini-history — this time about an interesting one in California called Clifford T Nutt.
Chris Dubuque has been busy pursuing his passion documenting the history of West Coast Citroën dealers. His latest efforts include C.J. Motors and Shamrock Motors.
Texts and illustrations, many of them previously unpublished, tell the story of Citroën’s first century in detail in three volumes. The fourth volume brings together reproductions of documents, images and drawings completing a century of automotive history.
Challenger Motors brought the Traction Avant into the USA as early as 1938 and continued operations servicing all models of Citroëns until 1997.
Pioneer Automotive was known in Edmonton, Alberta as a place to talk Citroën, to buy needed parts or to take your Citroën in for repairs
These books are a testimony to a bygone era and a beautiful legacy of what was undoubtedly the most prosperous period for the double chevron brand.
Chris Dubuque visits the TVP Pick-up at Musée Malartre in France.
Hagerty just published an excellent account of the development of the TPV.
The Citroën 2CV (affectionately called the “Deux Cheveaux”, “Tin We look, 30 years after it ceased production at the 2CV — designed especially for the general public at a time when the automobile was still a luxury object
An incredibly detailed history of Citroën in Oregon, Washington state, and British Columbia.