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  • Citroën DS 20 Break
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    Citroën DS 20 Break. The Nose of the Pike.

    When owner Marc gladly informs me that we are allowed to photograph a great 50 year old 7 seater station wagon, it can be German, French, Swedish or American, but in any case something beautiful. When a few days later I am in a neighborhood in Amstelveen where a garage door slowly has a pointed nose with a split More

  • Citroën BX 4TC a huge gamble
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    Citroën BX 4TC a huge gamble

    The BX-XL with a substantial power and nose. Unfortunately, he never really came out of the paint, and certainly not from the showroom, this one Citroën BX 4TC. This rally version of the normal BX was also equipped with the formidable hydropneumatic suspension system. A brilliant idea, it seemed, but where the system More

  • Citroën GS Birotor. Unstable prodigy
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    Citroën GS Birotor. Unstable prodigy

    Rarely has a car flopped into oblivion so progressively. Perhaps one of the most special Citroëns since ages, yet almost no one knows about its existence anymore. Just like Dries Roelvink, except for that special one. And the Citroën GS Birotor was never available in swimming trunks yellow, Dieu merci. Brown metallic or beige, more choices were More

  • Citroën 2 CV AZ from 1969. Margriet's goat.
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    Citroën 2 CV AZ from 1969. Margriet's goat. 

    The real Citroënconnoisseurs immediately know that the ugly duck was called a goat in Belgium. Why is this red Citroën 2 CV AZ from 1969 so special? That's because it was made in Belgium and there were many differences between the French and Belgian version. They were therefore only intended More

  • Citroën DS: Innovative in every way!
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    Citroën DS: Innovative in every way!

    On the Citroënevent Citro Classica at Twenthe airport in Enschede, the organization had pulled out all the stops at the beginning of May and you could see that the vision of Citroën has always been special in design and design. A French atmosphere for young and old with very special models. Like the performances of More

  • Citroën Type H 1961
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    Citroën Type H. Nothing was impossible.

    De Citroën Type H was the legendary delivery van of Citroën and made use of many existing and already proven Citroëncomponents. The Type H was presented in 1947 as the successor to the front-wheel drive – and developed with the Traction Avant among other things – TUB. More

  • Citroën D.S. Pallas (1973)
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    Citroën D.S. Pallas (1973). The most beautiful model in car history for Jan.

    A clearly recognizable thread runs through the life of Jan van der Heide, in which he wanted to be his own boss and therefore independent. It started for him at the age of 16, when he was employed by the milkman. He later became the owner of a mobile shop that became a household name in the village. When he got the chance to take over the SPAR shop in the village, it was his next successful mission. Why this view of his business activities? This because he showed the same decisiveness in a search for his ultimate car: a Citroën DS.  More

  • Citroën G.S. (1972)
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    Citroën GS (1972) by Sipke van der Kooi. Streamlined nostalgia.

    Sipke van der Kooi's heart beats faster when he sees transport from the past passing by during his daily work. He is an entrepreneur who sells seafood in various places in Northeast Friesland with his fish cart. Sometimes special conversations arise with other enthusiasts. And that's how he came to the Citroën GS from this article. More

  • Citroën 2 CV (AZ) 1959
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    Citroën 2 CV (AZ) 1959 from Sipke & Joyce. Quirky car

    That the Citroën 2 CV for Sipke and Joyce is an emotional product becomes clear after their story about this special duck from France, which was given the name Jean-Claude. A conversation with these citrophils was a piece of pure positive energy. You are carried away by their enthusiasm, and this French voiture also has a story. A story about attachment to Citroën, of people who are physically and mentally fit, and yet have a deviation: The love for the 'Double Chevron'  More

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