There is a campaign underway to restore the only surviving one, built in 1959.
One of the questions we frequently get asked is “Where can I get my Citroën serviced?” That’s an issue on the minds of the majority of classic Citroën owners in the USA and Canada.
Here we present a SM that is the standard to be judged by. Located in Cannes, France it was advertised for sale on October 12, 2021 at an asking price of 170.000 € and sold within 1 day!
Citroën specialist Jean-Francois “JF” Martin was so shocked with the abysmal workmanship he encountered that he asked us to share the following report.
Here are some pics of the work on a DS that Rob Murdock in Waynesville, North Carolina has been doing for over the last year.
It takes considerable courage to resuscitate a Citroen D that has sat outside for more than two decades in the British Columbia climate.
Mark Krahn in Armstrong BC, has done an outstanding renovation on this lovely 1958 2CV he purchased in 2016. We are pleased to show it here as a fine example of what is possible. What’s even more impressive is that for the most part, it was a home effort. First, …
Yesterday he managed to start it up and take it for a test drive!
Here’s the reason we say that if you are buying an SM, buy only the best.
PSA values their Peugeot brand enough to begin a restoration program, but what about Citroën?