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Henry de Ségur Lauve & Citroën
Every year between 1960 and 1975, Citroën hired American designer Henry de Ségur Lauve to design cars that suited the taste of American consumers. Much of his spectacular designs ended up in the archives and were forgotten.
After more than 50 years, this book showcases his work prominently for the first time. A unique piece of Citroën history!
The Citroën 2CV was a hit. Millions were sold worldwide, all equally comfortable, lightweight, with simple but indestructible technology and full of usability.
All variants and facts are covered in this booklet, which is fun even if you are not a car enthusiast!
Citroën Traction : the numbers
In this book you will find detailed information about all the different Traction models through the years, including factory codes, production series and much more. Most of the information comes directly from the ultimate and unique source: the old factory ledgers, where every single car that ever left the Citroën factory at Quai de Javel in Paris is listed.
L'usine Citroën à Aulnay-sous-Bois
In his book, author Julius Goldmann describes the factory in all its facets: the construction and opening, the secrets of the productionlines and all the models that were produced, the strikes, the closure and demolition of the buildings. Memories and anecdotes from former employees and many previously unpublished photos complete the story. A fascinating book about an underexposed part of Citroën's history.
Citroën C15, les chevrons utiles
In this book, journalist and Citroën-enthusiast Mathieu Turel not only describes the eventful genesis of this vehicle, but also how it evolved throughout its career. There are overviews of its many versions, including countless little-known facts about this vehicle, which laid the foundations of the modern van.
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