Owners Manual Citroen D Saloon 1972 - scanned and PDF'd
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    Default Owners Manual Citroen D Saloon 1972 - scanned and PDF'd

    Hi, I have a copy of this manual and scanned it for archival purposes some time ago, and it is quite a nice concise lode of information. I noticed that the 'manuals' thread is closed off so wondered if I should or should not attach it here. The file is 78Mb which I will work on reducing.


    Here is a picture of the front page at 25% resolution..

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    I will assume the negative since there have been 68 views and no comments at all. If anyone does want a copy feel free to message.
    DS23 Pallas BVM Vert Argente - in ground up restoration, soon to be BVH.
    DSpecial 4speed Beige Vanneau, previous ; XM 2.0, maroon, my first.
    And a variety of the usual crapboxes before seeing the light. Except my Mini Cooper with the 3.4 cam and twin webers - that wasn't a POS.

    Bikes -
    Ducati GTS860, CB350, XT550, Z500, T250, XR200, ag90.

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    Good effort. Have a look here: https://sites.google.com/site/citroenpublicationslist/
    Maybe contact Tony Jackson and see if you can contribute it to the collection stored on dropbox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincenzo View Post
    I will assume the negative since there have been 68 views and no comments at all. If anyone does want a copy feel free to message.
    Vince,
    You could send in PDF format to Roger at NZ DS Handbooks he has a nice collection of DS/ID handbooks hosted.


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    Excellent suggestions - I will see if the PDF is needed but I'm guessing not given that it was a pretty common booklet. Still no harm in checking!
    DS23 Pallas BVM Vert Argente - in ground up restoration, soon to be BVH.
    DSpecial 4speed Beige Vanneau, previous ; XM 2.0, maroon, my first.
    And a variety of the usual crapboxes before seeing the light. Except my Mini Cooper with the 3.4 cam and twin webers - that wasn't a POS.

    Bikes -
    Ducati GTS860, CB350, XT550, Z500, T250, XR200, ag90.

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