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Divine design, Citroën DS and ID 1955 - 1975

Divine design, Citroën DS and ID 1955 - 1975

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On October 6, 1955, the Citroën DS19 was introduced in Paris. More than 21 years after the introduction of the Traction Avant, another groundbreaking but not yet production-ready Citroën appeared. History repeated itself...

Once production started, the DS quickly became an integral part of the street scene, and remained so even long after the last example rolled off the assembly line after 20 years of production.

The DS and the DNA of its Divine Design lives on in several generations and fascinates many. This book offers something for everyone: historical information, new and inspiring facts and an abundance of stunning photos from brochures and private collections. The contents will amaze even the ultimate DS connoisseur.


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Free gift with every order: our "Citroën & Paris" edition

Citroën and Paris: they have been intertwined for more than a hundred years and many places in the city have a historical link with ‘our’ brand. And what could be more fun than visiting these places and almost literally following in André Citroën’s footsteps? Citrovisie shows you the way with this overview of the most important points of interest.

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Divine design, Citroën DS and ID 1955 - 1975


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  • Language: Dutch
  • Author: Chris Bronkhorst
  • Size: 22cm x 24 cm
  • Finish: Hardcover Full-color
  • Pages: 328

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