More than 500 are being sold near Feurs in the Loire region of France (west of Lyon).
Obviously an H Van inspired kiosk and not the real thing.
They were innovative — the first mass-produced van with front-wheel drive and virtues to success such as simple design and robust engineering.
It was on December 14, 1981 that the last Citroën Type H rolled down the assembly line in the Aulnay sous Bois factory, just northeast of Paris.
Fabrizio Caselani unveils a contemporary version of the Citroën Type G concept van.
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 …