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    Default A Citroen for the less financially challenged

    I hope the link works as I would hate for any of our Citroen friends to miss out on the opportunity to at least bid for this.
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    Or maybe this one as it is only just over the ditch?
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    For a car of that value that has supposedly been completely restored. I would've thought more car would've been taken with the panel alignment. That car has panel gaps that are like the grand canyon.

    I'd still have it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mistareno View Post
    For a car of that value that has supposedly been completely restored. I would've thought more car would've been taken with the panel alignment. That car has panel gaps that are like the grand canyon.

    I'd still have it...
    I wonder if that front door is fully shut, given the gap at the rear (look at the offset in the horizontal trim strip). Mind you I've seen a couple of decapotable DS examples and the panel fit was pretty ordinary on both of them. Gorgeous nonetheless, isn't it!
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    i met the owner of the panel shop that restored the body a few years ago and know their work is very good, take a look at the photo of the right side of the body and it looks straight to me

    i enquired about the price a couple of months back, and the agent selling the car put it at the upper end of the expected range for a car of this quality and rarity, i since received another email saying they were open to offers, but i got the impression they werent going to drop very much

    anyone wanting a beautiful example of a rare car should make some enquiries

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    At that price I'll take 2 please.

    Sorry I must be sleep typing.
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    And here is another one for the 2CV Crowd. I liked their comment "............will this be the first million dollar 2CV?............"

    http://www.prewarcar.com/postwarclas...ad-016826.html

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