Citroensap - 3
Citroensap - 3
After the success of Citroensap part 1 and 2, in this third edition author Thijs van der Zanden tells again about special events, glorious models and funny facts from the rich history of Citroën. This time the focus is on Citroën’s top models: we follow the family tree from the first C6 in the 1920s through to the current Citroën C5X.
Did you know, for example, that a half Citroën C6 can be found in a museum in Paris? Or that André Citroën came up with a premium brand as early as the 1920s? Why are the Citroëns 8, 10 and 15 actually called Rosalie? And what did Porsche develop for the Traction Avant? How did the magazine l’Auto-Journal manage to catch a prototype of the Citroën DS (and why did the police then make the editors take off their shoes)? And where is the thirteenth window of a Citroën XM? Why was the Xantia sold as XM in China? And does there really work a Dutchman at Citroën to design all the rims? Just a selection of subjects in this third part of Citroensap. Great reading material for anyone looking for an original car book and a must for all Citroën drivers interested in the history of their brand.
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- Language: Dutch
- Author: Thijs van der Zanden
- Size: 17 cm x 24 cm
- Finish: Full color, soft cover
- Pages: 128
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