You can't buy happiness but you can buy a super cool classic car, that will make you very happy..... This 1982 Citroen 2CV Charleston edition Deux Chevaux was purchased in Germany 10 years ago. It looks, runs and drives great! The 2CV (French: "deux chevaux") was an economy car produced by the French automaker Citroen from 1948-1990. It was technologically advanced and innovative, but with extremely utilitarian and deceptively simple Bauhaus inspired bodywork. It is considered one of Citroen's most iconic cars. It was designed for low cost, simplicity of use, versatility, reliability, and off-road driving. A light, easily serviceable engine, extremely soft long travel suspension, high ground clearance, and for oversized loads a car-wide canvas sunroof. Front wheel drive, four doors, 602 cc. aircooled boxer engine making a whopping 29 horses with a 4 speed "in the dash" shifter bringing this classic to a top speed of 72 MPH! This car was fully restored, including new frame, in Germany and then imported to Denver. I am the first owner in the US and have all importation records. It has about 60,000 km, with absolutely no issues. The car is in excellent condition. It is stored in a Denver garage, available for showings in September. On a side note - it does draw a lot of attention! People will wave, take pictures, ask questions and always smile. It is definitely the most fun car I have ever owned. But after 10 years, it is time for something new and different. Looking for a good home....
A one owner from new car with a long MOT. Comes with full service history, sunroof, central locking, 2 keys. Contact us for further information;; +++ CARD PAYMENT TAKEN + PART EXCHANGE WELCOME + DELIVERY AVAILABLE +++;
Variant: 1.6 VTi 120hp DStyle Plus
This is a very well looked after car, with a Full Service History and Cambelt change.;Features are Air Conditioning, Electric Mirrors and Windows, Remote Central Locking, and Alloy Wheels.;The also comes with a PDi and a 12 Month MOT.;Shirehampton Motors..01179829492
2008 58 citroen Berlingo Multispace 1.6 Hdi VT 75, Later Shape, Met Grey, Black Cloth 5 Seats, Sliding Doors, 96k Miles, Recent Brakes, Cambelt And Starter Moter, Comes Complete With HPI Certificate, Elec Windows, Stereo, Superb Order And Drive, Competitive Finance Available. For Further Details Please Contact Chris 0161 777 6333 / 07768 055655
First registered on April 16th 1973, this Citroën DS 21 was treated from late 1990 until 2000, to a complete restoration by Blikwerk Garage of Drachten, Netherlands. They are acknowledged experts in the restoration of this model, which had purchased many of the tools, dies and jigs used by Chapron in his factory at Levallois, outside Paris. The restoration and conversion was carried out to the highest standards and great care was taken to create the Chapron details in all respects. Wherever possible either new original Citroën parts were used or parts made using the original Chapron formers. The attention to detail is quite outstanding. More information on: www.kucarfa.nl
A simply wonderful example presented fantastically throughout and drives great, only 41,000 miles from new supported by 16 service stamps! An ideal first time car! Time warp condition, great fun to drive., Full service history, Electric Windows (Front), In Car Entertainment (Radio/CD), Seats Electric (Driver/Passenger), Sunroof Manual, Slide/Tilt Sunroof with Blind. 5 seats, White, 2 owners, FOR MORE LOW MILEAGE VEHICLES VISIT WWW.AXLR8CARS.CO.UK OR CALL 01892 544446
Variant: 1.6 VTi 120hp DStyle Plus
Citroen’s brilliant SM was born of a desire by Citroen boss Pierre Bercot to offer a sporty DS-based car that could compete with the Porsche 911. Over the course of development, several prototypes were built using shortened DS platforms and various engines, but due to an internal rift between management and engineering who wanted to highlight the brilliant high-pressure hydraulic system, the end result became something wholly different from a 911 competitor. The new car was less a sports car and more a luxurious GT car comparable to a BMW CS coupe or Mercedes-Benz SL. Citroen had already approached Giulio Alfieri of Maserati to design an engine for the project, and by 1968, had acquired the ailing Italian firm altogether. Maserati’s Giulio Alfieri first supplied Citroen with a 90 degree V6 that was, in essence, a Maserati V8 with two cylinders lopped off. This prototype was used to gauge reaction within Citroen, and once the green light was given, Alfieri started with a clean sheet of paper to design purpose-built V6 engine for the new project. When the SM debuted in 1970 it was no longer a lithe sports car, but a full-fledged grand touring car with an exotic, 2.7L DOHC V6, front wheel drive, and a highly advanced chassis. In typical Citroen fashion, the styling appeared to be inspired by science fiction. The long sweeping body penned by the genius Robert Opron featured wheel spats at the rear and actually tapered like a teardrop when viewed from above. Headlamps encased in glass were hydraulically adjustable and swiveled with the front wheels on European models. The look was sleek, aerodynamic and incredibly advanced in the best French Avant-Garde tradition. The advanced chassis featured fully adjustable hydro-pneumatic suspension, load sensitive four-wheel disc brakes and fully powered, self-centering steering that allowed the car to be set up with zero caster, thereby keeping the tires in full contact with the road at all times and completely eliminating bump steer. Passengers were cosseted in a luxurious cabin with rakish bucket seats, metallic detailing, and an instrument panel fitted with fabulous oval dials – including a speedometer that also showed braking distance. A technical and stylistic masterpiece, the SM is truly a car like none other. This 1972 Citroen SM is a very attractive example of the breed, finished in the handsome shade of Brun Scarabée over a natural brown leather interior and presenting in very good driver-quality condition. It is a desirable 5-speed model with covered headlamps that was enjoyed regularly by its previous owner who kept it as part of a large East Coast collection of French and German automobiles. The light metallic color highlights the striking shape which combines large sweeping surfaces with sharply creased details, and this car does not disappoint with its straight panels, crisp lines, and very good gaps. The paint quality is quite good overall, with only a few minor flaws doing little to detract from the otherwise attractive presentation. Exterior detailing is quite good, with straight, original bumpers, rocker panel decos, and stainless steel trim all presenting in fine order. It rides factory steel wheels with original styled-stainless wheel covers and shod with properly sized 205/65-15 Dunlop radials that give the right balance of ride and handling quality. The futuristic interior is presented in excellent original condition, with the natural brown leather seats in fine condition, showing minimal wear. Carpets, headlining and door panels also remain in very good original condition and the signature brushed gold-colored console and instrument fascia inlays are excellent, as are the original gauges and switchgear. An aftermarket radio is fitted in the center console in its unusual but factory-correct location at the driver’s elbow between the front seats. Overall, the interior is very well presented, having been carefully preserved in largely original condition. At the heart of the SM is Maserati’s purpose-built 2.7 liter V6, which runs very well thanks to regular maintenance in the hands of its last owner. The underhood presentation is proper and clean, with correct green paint on the Citroen hydraulic components along with tidy wiring and plumbing. The cutting-edge hydraulic system powers the brakes, suspension and the unique DIRAVI self-centering steering system. The hydraulics benefit from recent servicing, with newer rear shock absorbers and hydraulic accumulators. It functions as it should; providing the signature ride quality, self-leveling ability, and ride height adjustment. The car performs beautifully on the road, with Maserati’s gorgeous V6 delivering smooth and linear power with a magnificent Italian soundtrack and crisp shifting 5-speed manual transaxle. This 1972 SM is a very strong example of Citroen’s masterpiece. Well maintained and presented in desirable colors and specification, it delivers the exquisite ride and performance that make Citroen’s revolutionary GT car so unique among its peers and truly like no other automobile before or since.
Type: Used Year: 2017 Make: CITROEN Model: CX Trim: 1.6 BlueHDi 625Kg Enterprise 75ps Van Body: SUV Trans: Manual Mileage: 1462 Engine Size: 2696 Ext Color: Metallic - Shark grey
Type: Used Year: 2007 Make: CITROEN Model: C6 Trim: 2.7 HDi V6 Lignage 4dr Auto Body: Sedan Trans: Automatic Mileage: 124000 Engine Size: 2720 Ext Color: Black
Type: Used Year: 2002 Make: CITROEN Model: SAXO Trim: FURIO Body: Hatchback Trans: Manual Mileage: 84000 Engine Size: 1360 Ext Color: Black
Type: Used Year: 2006 Make: CITROEN Model: C6 Trim: 2.7 EXCLUSIVE V6 HDI 4DR AUTOMATIC Body: Sedan Trans: Automatic Mileage: 145050 Engine Size: 2720 Ext Color: Silver
Type: Used Year: 2007 Make: CITROEN Model: C6 Trim: 2.7 HDi V6 Exclusive 4dr Auto Body: Sedan Trans: Automatic Mileage: 66000 Engine Size: 2720 Ext Color: Grey
Variant: 1.2 PureTech (110bhp) DStyle Plus (s/s)
Type: Used Year: 2000 Make: CITROEN Model: SAXO Trim: 1.4i SX Auto Body: Hatchback Trans: Automatic Mileage: 45000 Engine Size: 1360 Ext Color: SILVER
Type: Used Year: 2007 Make: CITROEN Model: C6 Trim: 2.7 LIGNAGE V6 HDI 4d AUTO 202 BHP Body: Sedan Trans: Automatic Mileage: 63000 Engine Size: 2720 Ext Color: GREY
Citroen Mehari 1976, first owner, 11.000 kms This in 1976 delivered Citroen Mehari is from the first owner. This fabulous Mehari has Tibesti green paint, combined with original wheels. The interior has black leatherette and the original dashboard in the colour of the paint. Driven 11.000 kms, not detectable, but the car gives the impression that this may be right. This Citroen drives great and takes care of a lot of fun. Car has Italian title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.
After 18 years of development in secret as the successor to the venerable Traction Avant, the DS 19 was introduced on 5 October 1955 at the Paris Motor Show. The car's appearance and innovative engineering captured the imagination of the public and the automobile industry almost overnight. In the first 15 minutes of the show 743 orders were taken, and orders for the first day totalled 12,000. Far from being just a fascinating technology in search of a purpose, contemporary journalists were effusive in noting how the DS dramatically pushed the envelope in the ride vs. handling compromise possible in a motor vehicle. To a France still deep in reconstruction after the devastation of WW II, and also building its identity in the post-colonial world, the DS motor car was a symbol of French ingenuity. It defied virtually every automotive design convention of that era. It also posited the nation's relevance in the Space Age, during the global race for technology of the Cold War. The high price tag, however, hurt general sales in a country still recovering from WW II, and a cheaper submodel, the Citroën ID, was introduced in 1957. The ID shared the DS's body but was more traditional mechani
Adjustable Steering Column/Wheel - Electric Rake/Reach, Adjustable Steering Column/Wheel - Rake/Reach, Air Bag Driver, Air Bag Knee - Driver, Air Bag Passenger, Air Bag Side - Front Side/Front & Rear Curtain, Air-Conditioning - Automatic, Alarm - Unspecified, Alloy Wheels - 18in, Anti-Lock Brakes, Central Door Locking - Remote, Centre Console, Centre Rear Seat Belt, Computer - Unspecified, Cruise Control, Deadlocks, Electric Windows - Front/Rear, Electronic Brake Force Distribution, Electronic Stability Programme, Exterior Lighting - Xenon Headlights, Front Fog Lights, Front/Rear Parking Sensors, Head Restraints - Front/Rear, Immobiliser, In Car Entertainment - Radio/CD/MP3/CD Autochanger, Lignage Full Leather Pack, Metallic Paint, Mirrors External - Electric Heated/Folding, Mirrors External - Electric/Heated/Folding/Auto Dimming, Mirrors Internal - Automatic Dimming Rear View, Mirrors Internal - Automatic Dipping Rear View, NaviDrive + HiFi Pack, Parking Aid - Front/Rear, Power-Assisted Steering, Rain Sensor, Satellite Navigation, Seat - ISOFIX Anchorage Point - Two Seats - Rear, Seat Height Adjustment - Driver/Passenger, Seat Lumbar Support - Driver/Passenger, Seating Capacity -
AN AMAZING CAR TO DRIVE Brand Citroen Type SM Color Blue Interior Tan Year of build 1973 Price € 59.500,- 1973 CITROEN SM injection A Genteel GT Designed from scratch by Maserati chief engineering Giulio Alfieri The SM was an expensive car, in the realm of the BMW 3.0 CS, Mercedes 350SLC, Porsche 911, and even Ferrari’s V6 Dino 246 A sports variant of the revolutionary Citroën DS The SM provided a combination of comfort, sharp handling, and braking which was not available in any other car at the time The Citroën SM is a high-performance coupé produced from 1970 to 1975. The SM placed third in the 1971 European Car of the Year contest, trailing its stablemate Citroën GS, and won the 1972 Motor Trend Car of the Year award in the U.S. In 1961, Citroën began to work on ‘Project S’ – a sports variant of the revolutionary Citroën DS. In January 1968, Citroën purchased a controlling interest in the Italian sports car manufacturer Maserati. The acquisition followed the absorption of the French automaker Panhard and the truck manufacturer Berliet, all of which was financed by selling a 26% stake in Citroën to Fiat. In short order, Bercot set Maserati to work designing a V6 engine for the SM
1982 Citroen Dyane 6 Cote d'Azur Rare special edition of Dyane 6 New exhaust and fuel pump, running very well Original bill of sale Galvanised chassis, very sound body Article about Cote d'Azur, handbook and history This special edition appeared in UK only right at the end of production, only 285 were produced and the original sales invoice confirms this was one of them. Very well presented with largely original paint, new decals, on a highly desirable galvanised chassis, sound body, new exhaust and fuel pump, running very well with long MOT, much loved by last titled lady owner, included is an interesting article on this special edition (in French), owner's handbook and good history file. Guide price: Sold Mobile: 07711 509600 Email: email@example.com Phone: 01635 248158 Viewing: By appointment only Copyright ©2017 Pioneer Autos Ltd
The Citroën DS is probably one of the greatest automotive designs of the twentieth century. Conceived in the early fifties, it still looks remarkably futuristic. It offers a very comfortable ride because of its revolutionary hydraulic suspension, and a luxury interior with proper sofas in the front and rear. There are many DSes on the market, but finding one in this magnificent original condition is very rare. Apart from a repaint in its original colour "Beige Albatros", this car is still in completely unrestored condition. The interior is exactly as it left the factory, and the underside is never welded or repaired. The doors shut with a proper clunk as only original cars can do. The suspension goes to the required level within seconds, and the car floats over the road like a flying carpet. Even now in 2017, driving a DS is an unbelievable experience. This unique example comes with a good documentation file including many invoices and the original brochure, manuals and servicebook. If you are looking for one of the best and most honest Citroën DS available, you should definitely have a look at this unrestored and immaculate example. A short testdrive will only confirm that this is