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    Default Citroen Conservatiore sale results

    Vente aux encheres - Vente des réserves de l?Aventure Peugeot Citroën - Leclere - Maison de ventes

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    Scroll down the page for the car sales. Some interesting prices achieved.

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    good to see the Mehari selling for top money.... and some of the prices for shirts and signs and memorabilia are astonishing........

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    Thanks for sharing Robin.

    GS for over $16k (Aus) and the other just under $20k (Aus). Very low kilometres.

    GS phase 1 - 1973 092 GS PHASE 1 1973 // 921 km Entre l?Ami 6, voire
    GSpécial phase 2 - 1977 128 GSPECIAL PHASE 2 1977 // 2?078 km Après

    Even at these prices they still need a little attention. Missing (mostly the red one) - mirror/carbie bits/spare tyre/hub caps (set-up is there for Pallas dress rims) /heater ducts/steering wheel badge/tow hitches/could be a Euro thing but some badges are missing. Drooping indicator rubber/rear bumper ding, collapsed tail pipe.

    Highest price went to a 2010 Tubyk (which looks like an H Van on steroids) - $58k (Aus)

    An XM came in second dearest just over $48k (Aus)

    Looks like the Berlingo taxi was taking on the London cabbies:
    Berlingo Taxi Phase 1 - 2000 150 BERLINGO TAXI SBARRO 2000 // 1?460 km
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    '73 & '74 GS Break
    '00 Xantia Break
    '78 504 GL - gone to good home
    '69 ID19B - if wasn't for mortgage would still have, '74 DS23 Pallas
    '74 Renault TS , '69 Renault TS - last seen forlorn at Taminda wreckers

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    those results may inspire the Con towards jettisoning more pieces.

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    In a way a shame to see such overinflated prices for the memorabilia and the opposite for the earlier cars eg Rosalies going for 5400 euros.
    Walked around the Conservatoire earlier this year and i was the only one there. For such a magnificent / significant collection only recently open to the public that's also a great shame. Sign of the times.
    Nostalgia.....aahh It's not what it used to be

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    Thanks for sharing the link, some interesting Cits sold. Just a question re some of the concepts; why would Citroen sell what I presume are "one-off's" ?

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