Original Citroen DS: The Restorer's Guide (Original Series)

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9780760329016: Original Citroen DS: The Restorer's Guide (Original Series)

The Citroen DS launched in 1955 and continued for 20 years. It remains highly collectible and desirable for enthusiasts of European auto.  As with all of our Original titles, this book aims to guide collectors, restorers, and enthusiasts through the various production changes between model years to make sure their restoration or prospective purchase is correct, original, and legitimate. With thorough text and detailed photography, every part of the car is cataloged.

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The Citroën DS is one of the all-time great cars. Daringly styled and technically sophisticated, it was launched in 1955 as a startling glimpse into the future. It instantly rendered all other cars out of date. It was still ahead of its time when production ended 20 years later, and much of its engineering legacy—notably the brilliant hydro-pneumatic suspension—can still be seen on modern Citroëns.

Original Citroën DS reveals, in thorough text and over 200 color photographs, how these Citroëns altered in detail over the years. Specification descriptions, engine and trim permutations, production changes, identification number sequences, body colors, and more are all covered in detail.

An attractive and detailed guide to one of the great 20th century design icons, Original Citroën DS is an indispensable reference for all owners, collectors, restorers, and enthusiasts of these amazing automobiles.


About the Author:

John Reynolds is a specialist in automotive advertising and marketing, journalist, and life-long Citroën enthusiast.

Jan de Lange has looked after the archive of the Citroën ID/DS Club Nederland since 1982 and edited the club’s magazine since 1990.

Rein van der Zee and Paul Debois are freelance photographers whose work has appeared in many books and magazines worldwide.

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