Citroën DS Tissier - En los años 70 Pierre Tissier modificaba autos CITROËN en asombrosos vehículos de servicio. Actualmente el Garage Alemán Meilenwerk posee esta pieza de colección para el transporte de sus clásicos de carrera.

Citroën DS Tissier - En los años 70 Pierre Tissier modificaba autos CITROËN en asombrosos vehículos de servicio. Actualmente el Garage Alemán Meilenwerk posee esta pieza de colección para el transporte de sus clásicos de carrera.

1969 Citroën DS 21 ‘Majesty’ Saloon Coachwork by Henri Chapron - Pin by scann R - Chapron’s interpretations of the DS and ID were quite different from the regular production versions. Chapron added fins to the rear wing tops of Citroën’s as early as 1965 and launched his own version of an upmarket DS at the Porte de Versailles Salon de l’Auto in October 1964 using the name ‘Majesty’. - https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/17043/lot/124/

1969 Citroën DS 21 ‘Majesty’ Saloon Coachwork by Henri Chapron - Pin by scann R - Chapron’s interpretations of the DS and ID were quite different from the regular production versions. Chapron added fins to the rear wing tops of Citroën’s as early as 1965 and launched his own version of an upmarket DS at the Porte de Versailles Salon de l’Auto in October 1964 using the name ‘Majesty’. - https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/17043/lot/124/


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1966 Citroën DS21 - The most beautiful car ever made............. period.

1966 Citroën DS21 - The most beautiful car ever made............. period.

The Citroën DS's suspension may have changed the course of history in 1962, when French President Charles De Gaulle was riding from the Elysee Palace to Orly Airport in his DS. Gunmen opened fire on the car in an assassination attempt, and more than a few of the 140 bullets shattered the car's rear window and deflated all four of its tires. Due to the car's suspension system however, the President's driver was able to accelerate out of a skid and flee to safety.

Why the Citroën DS Is Collectable

The Citroën DS's suspension may have changed the course of history in 1962, when French President Charles De Gaulle was riding from the Elysee Palace to Orly Airport in his DS. Gunmen opened fire on the car in an assassination attempt, and more than a few of the 140 bullets shattered the car's rear window and deflated all four of its tires. Due to the car's suspension system however, the President's driver was able to accelerate out of a skid and flee to safety.

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