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L'encyclopédie des Citroën 2CV belges

In "L'encyclopédie des Citroën 2CV belges", Vincent Beyaert describes the production and development of the 2CV assembled at the Forest plant: from the first 2CV A in 1952 to the last version to roll off the Belgian production line in 1980, as well as the vans based on the 2CV, exotic vehicles such as the Radar and the specifically Belgian models built after the plant closed.

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Panhard & Citroën - un mariage de raison?

The relationship between Panhard & Levassor and Citroën lasted a little over twelve years. To be more precise, from April 1955 to September 1967, when the last Panhard 24 rolled off the production line. The Panhard spirit, however, lived on at Citroën: the people and the know-how that came directly from the Avenue d’Ivry benefited the manufacturer on the Quai de Javel. More than fifty years have now passed and it is time to look at the events objectively.
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Malafosse - Giraud, histoire d’un garage Citroën en Lozère

In 1922, Paul Malafosse signed his first contract to sell Citroën cars in his garage in Meyrueis, France. At the end of the 1920s, this faithful dealership was the base of the testing programme for the Croisière Jaune’s halftracks. In the 1980s and 1990s this dealer sold so many cars that Citroën achieved the highest market penetration of France in this region.
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