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Ken Nelson on Panhards, Citroëns and the Chrysler CCV

Ken Nelson on Panhards, Citroëns and the Chrysler CCV

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 buy ...
Rare French Sports Cars

Rare French Sports Cars

Thanks to David Deroy in Vannes France and John A. Peterson from the Panhard USA club, we are pleased to provide a series of links to a website articles from New Zealand that are all about french sports car from the 1950's to today.  Unusual cars you most likely have never heard of, like the AR ...
Citroën’s Dyane Started Production 50 Years Ago This Summer

Citroën’s Dyane Started Production 50 Years Ago This Summer

In the summer of 1967 Citroën Dyane production started in Rennes, France.  The Dyane was Citroën's answer to the increasingly popular Renault 4 which after its introduction in 1961 had affected 2CV sales. Like the Renault 4, the Dyane was designed from the outset as a four passenger hatchback ...
Rare DB Le Mans finds a new home at the Cerf Collection in Florida

Rare DB Le Mans finds a new home at the Cerf Collection in Florida

Vintage racing enthusiast Dale Powers has had a long and varied automotive career, having owned many different sports and racing cars the like of; Jaguars, Porsches, half a dozen Ferraris including a Daytona and a 2-litre Testa Rossa, a Kurtis, an HRG, and a SS100.  It would be hard to find a m ...
In Memoriam – Jean Panhard (June 12, 1913 – July 15, 2014)

In Memoriam – Jean Panhard (June 12, 1913 – July 15, 2014)

We are sad to announce the death of Jean Panhard on Tuesday July 15.   He was 101 years of age.   Jean Panhard, was a privileged witness to a very large part of automotive history.Panhard et Levassor was the world’s first commercial manufacturer of automobiles, selling 21 cars in 1891.Eldest s ...
We Love Panhards…

We Love Panhards…

They are such interesting vehicles, steeped in history and innovation.  Panhard was originally called Panhard et Levassor, and was established as a car manufacturing concern by René Panhard and Émile Levassor in 1887.   The last Panhard passenger car was built in 1967.  After assembling 2CV pa ...

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