Original Citroen DS

The restorer's guide to all DS & ID model 1955-75 including saloons, estates and convertibles

Original Citroen DS
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Format: Hardback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9781906133832
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Description

The Citroen DS was launched in 1955 and continued for 20 years. It remains highly collectible and desirable for enthusiasts of European auto.  As with all of our Original titles, this book aims to guide collectors, restorers, and enthusiasts through the various production changes between model years to make sure their restoration or prospective purchase is correct, original, and legitimate. With thorough text and detailed photography, every part of the car is cataloged.

The author

John Reynolds spent 35 years racing motorcycles, winning five British Championship titles and making his mark in World Superbikes and 500GP racing along the way. He retired in October 2005 after suffering serious injuries. Now fully recovered, he says that motorcycle racing saved his life.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9781906133832
Illustrations: 270+ color photos
Size: 8.75 in x 11.5 in / 222.25 mm x 292.1 mm
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