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    I guess when original thinking has completely left the designers drawing board everything we go this way. Still not a bad mash up!

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    yep, wouldn't mind one of these at all at all, particularly in that colour.
    with all respect to Citroen I hope it's a 911 engine in there..

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    were though
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    That car is a reverse Mullet;
    "Business at the back, party at the front!"


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    That car has no engine. Give me the D as is thanks. When little, my sons friends thought our DS23 was a porsche!

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    I'll have one please.

    I did some drawings as an apprentice of a DS with a full 911 turbo body kit with whale tail and all. My teacher was so impressed he tried to get something done as part of my training. That was as far as it got but we recon it looked great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moulton2speed View Post
    That car has no engine. Give me the D as is thanks. When little, my sons friends thought our DS23 was a porsche!
    Pulled up years ago at a shop in middle of nowhere in my 21 safari;the owner asked if it was a Porsche waggon.

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    There was some discussion on here a while ago regarding the Porsche flat 6 boxer motor being transplanted into a DS. Obviously the whole 911/DS is not a new idea. Although I would be very happy with the flat 6 motor in my DS

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    flat 6 up front sure! but it could be Subaru

    engine in the back HA what a dumb idea that was!


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    A Safari with a 911 engine would still handle like a err Safari.

    But if you lived in the outback with a 1000km straight road - woohoo.
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    what about taking a DS and putting, say, um. a Maserati V6 into it, now that would be A M A Z I N G.............

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonf View Post
    what about taking a DS and putting, say, um. a Maserati V6 into it, now that would be A M A Z I N G.............
    ACTUALLY WHEN THE FACTORY WAS TESTING THE MASERATI MOTOR FOR THE SM THEY PUT THEM IN D'S. i BELIEVE,CORRECT ME IF I'M WRONG THEY INTENDED TO PUT A 6CYL. IN THE DS19,ANDREW

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonf View Post
    what about taking a DS and putting, say, um. a Maserati V6 into it, now that would be A M A Z I N G.............
    I just said that exact same thing to someone yesterday! Then I realised that I *need* to own an SM. Damn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IE23 View Post
    flat 6 up front sure! but it could be Subaru

    engine in the back HA what a dumb idea that was!
    Have you driven one? Nothing wrong with the engine out back!
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    The fellow taking money from behind the counter at the local 24/7 BP a few days ago, says "unusual car mate, is it an early Porsche?" I couldn't fathom why he'd think that, as these blokes look at cars all day long, but now I can sort of see it. Just nice timeless curves, I suppose.

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    What's wrong with D series motors...? Too slow? Too loud? Too agricultural?

    I've ne'er had a problem with them.

    The D Porsche looks hideous and I'm jealous of this person's photoshopping ability.

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    And I've read they wanted to drop a 6cyl air-cooled motor in the DS 19 but ran out of time - Bertoni and co were probably too busy looking at Tatras!
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    911-ds-5695108501439722423%5B1%5D.jpgAnother version, somehow better looking, methinks
    DS Un jour, DS toujours !

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrisson_citroen View Post
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    I was just coming on here to ask 'could I see the other car' that was made when they did the chop job, and there it is.

    What a nice looking car!!!

    The first picture is an abomination with the ugly bits of both cars retained .... Like the chop job i saw years ago, the rear of a P76 on the front of an XB foulcan. Possibly the ugliest car I'd ever seen until sangyung appeared on the scene.

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