They were innovative — the first mass-produced van with front-wheel drive and virtues to success such as simple design and robust engineering.
If you have ever wondered how they transport and assemble massive cranes, here is the process — along with a familiar Citroën.
With 2.5 years of development, HY Conversions in The Netherlands has honed designs for dramatically accelerating HY Van performance and delivering stopping power to match.
With Halloween coming up in few days we felt that posting a tricked-out Citroën H Van reproduction food trailer being offered for sale in China would be appropriate.
This H Van themed car hauler intrigues us for a number of reasons.
Two Citroëns are to be part of the field of classic cars featured at the 3rd Annual Sculpture in Motion in Florida.
At Citromobile earlier this month, Ramon Arias de Bles showed off the the disc brake conversion he does to H Vans.
Citroënvie member Erik de Widt has just finished a major rebuild on an expanding HY Van that served as a mobile field hospital. Some Citroën HY vans were fitted with an odd but interesting telescoping trailer setup made by a company known as Currus in France. This is one such …
Prince Edward Island is about the last place you’d expect to encounter an H Van, but there one can be found parked at the corner of Church and Grafton streets in downtown Charlottetown, serving ice cream in all but winter weather. Map of downtown Charlottetown marking the H Van’s …
The Citroën Type H made its world premiere exactly 70 years ago at the Paris Automobile Salon 1947. Its recipe for success was typical of the post-war period: simple design, robust technology, reduction to the essentials and its versatility made the front-wheel-driven utility van a “cash cow”. Whether being used …