Citroën’s 7C Traction Avant – the name translates to “Front-Wheel Drive” – was decades ahead of its time when it was launched in 1934. The model stayed in production for an unprecedented 23 years. In 1957, it was finally supplanted by the Citroën DS model that had been introduced two years earlier. By that time, 760,000 Tractions had been built; of those, 69,500 examples were 7C model
Lot number: 102
After the 20-year reign of the DS models, Citroën unveiled the last car to be created as an independent company using the principles of its famous engineer André Lefèbvre, the CX 2000. Introduced at the 1974 Paris Auto Show as the replacement for the successful DS, the CX featured the powerplant from the DS and the steering components from the Maseratipowered SM. Styled by Robert Opron, it was
Lot number: 148
Citroën shocked audiences at the 1955 Paris Salon where the DS19 was introduced. Thousands of examples were ordered on the first day as people flocked to its very advanced streamlined body that contrasted sharply with the automotive landscape of the postwar period. The DS also symbolized a radical change in technology. It was designed by André Lefèbvre, designer and driver of the Voisin Labora
Lot number: 006
Upon introduction at the Paris Auto Show in October 1955, the Citroën DS captured the attention of the public and automotive press with its compelling exterior styling and ingenious mechanical design. Known for its groundbreaking hydropneumatic four-wheel independent suspension, which also was selfleveling, the handling and ride quality of the Citroën DS is legendary. Built near the end of the
Lot number: 165
The car was registered abroad in 1967 and imported to the Netherlands in 2007. Since 2013, the car is parked in a shed. Before that it was fully functional.Engine is turning. Ran shortly after using jump start spray. Restoration project. Will not be able to pass the periodic vehicle inspection in the current state. The photos are part of the description.Location: Hasselt, The Netherlands.
DESCRIPTIONIn 1961, Citroën decided to develop a revolutionary model called project ‘S’. The name of the project seemed science fiction and the result was, and you can tell even today, almost extraterrestrial. The body design was in the hands of Citroen’s designer Robert Opron. Even if this model was launched in the market today, the car would still be stunning. In 1968, Maserati was taken
DESCRIPTIONCitroen - 2CV Charleston, restored, chassis disassembled and strengthened, engine rebuilt, with 0 km. No oil leaks, new clutch, new exhaust, new battery, new upholstery, soft top replaced, fitted tyres.Every detail checked and serviced, steering box, wheel bearings, brakes. Currently used, with inspection valid until 2020.The car can be viewed in Fiumicino (Rome), Italy.
Citroën 2CV AZAM from 1966 in original condition.Very lovely, it has never been restored (original). It was regularly maintained by a garage. A new roof is to be foreseen, and, in accordance with the project, a bit of restoration on the bodywork in order to obtain a “collection” state.It has only had two owners. The flaws are visible in the photos.It can be viewed in Marly-le-Roi, France. Tra
Citroën 2CV6 Charleston from 1982 in good condition.Yellow and black Charleston, restored. Numerous new parts, roof, seat belts, front and rear brakes including calipers, transmission and wheel driveshafts, exhaust pipe, tyres, seats, etc.Reconditioned engine. Unmarked MOT from 13/07/2018. To be retrieved on-site, possibility of delivery within France only.Can be viewed in Garchizy, France. Tran
Citroën DS Special from 1972 in original condition.Citroën DS Spécial with power steering. 44800 km on the clock. Three owners since the beginning. In very decent preserved condition. Stored dry for 10 years, several repairs have been done.Refurbished hydraulic circuit (no leaks), new carburettor, cleaned tank, revised ignition.The body shows no rust but does require some work (the paintwork is