Ken Nelson tells why there is no other DS cabrio in the world as tough as his.
Ken Nelson gives two examples on why the 2CV and DS are about as indestructible as cars can be.
Understanding the whole point of the 2CV; its design, construction, and brilliance.
Many people who judge the build quality of a car do so by examining the size of the gaps between the body panels. How could Citroën let the DS with such wide-gap workmanship leave the factory?
We’ll all miss André – he was a real visionary for Citroën. These remembrances are from André – told to Ken Nelson when he visited him around year 2000:
How the brake button system on Citroën DS is superior, especially in a panic-stop situation.
DS Steering Geometry & Steering Feel.
Why was the DS steering wheel is designed that way?
Ken Nelson is a Citroënvie member who owns many Citroëns, including a 1963 DS 19 Cabriolet that he has put many miles on and modified structurally to minimize body flex. His career has been to come up with ideas for Detroit automotive companies and his interest stems from his father buying …