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    Default Car restorations including Citroens

    Hi all

    Have been following Cold War Motors on youtube for some time and he really does go into the detail
    of repairing things

    He has just posted SM/D Series ignition switch rebuild. He is restoring an SM at present along with many other
    makes. He also has and drives a DS21 Safari. In my opinion he takes on some amazing challenges.

    Worth a look
    Cheers Andrew

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    Always good to know about more DS on the Web. I've found a couple of 'update' videos that include a one or other DS projects, but nothing specific about rebuilds. Can you put up some links?
    1968 DS21bvh Pallas in Gris Palladium

    Restoration blog: https://ds-restoration.blogspot.co.uk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budge View Post
    Always good to know about more DS on the Web. I've found a couple of 'update' videos that include a one or other DS projects, but nothing specific about rebuilds. Can you put up some links?
    Othello (Citrothello) has just finished restoring a DS21 Pallas, so it has now been through the Swiss version of MOT.

    Part of the test must be suspension where the car goes over a pit with the wheels sitting on an apparatus that works the suspension - Othello posted a small video to his 'instagram blog' this morning, really cool to watch the rear wheels moving rapidly up and down and the body of the car remaining absolutely level and still.

    Cheers
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