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Original Citroen DS : The Restorer's Guide / John Reynolds with Jan de Lange

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Product description

The dust jacket is in very good condition with just a little wear along the top and bottom edges and a small (2mm) scuff at the top of the back of the spine. There is slight fading at the right side of the picture on the front cover. Internally the book is clean, tight and unmarked with almost no signs of wear.

At the time of its launch in 1955, the Citroen DS19 must have looked as if it had come from a science fiction film. It is now the fashionable and "arty" car to own. This book provides the full production history for enthusiasts and restorers. This book aims to reveal, in words and colour pictures, how there Citroens altered in detail over the years. Specification descriptions, engine and trim permutations, production changes, identification number sequences, body colours, production figures. market variations - the minutiae are covered for all DS and ID models. Accompanying the text are over 270 photographs showing all the significant model variations and the main changes in DS specification. A painstaking search for cars of the highest quality and authenticity in the UK, France and Holland has resulted in over 35 cars - some highly original, others fastidiously restored - being specially photographed for this book. The illustrations in themselves provide a valuable reference source.

Item details

Author(s):
Reynolds, John
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
23 x 30 x 2 cm
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1870979710
ISBN-13:
9781870979719
Number of pages:
144
Publisher:
Bay View (1996)
Title:
Original Citroen DS

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The dust jacket is in very good condition with just a little wear along the top and bottom edges and a small (2mm) scuff at the top of the back of the spine. There is slight fading at the right side of the picture on the front cover. Internally the book is clean, tight and unmarked with almost no signs of wear.

At the time of its launch in 1955, the Citroen DS19 must have looked as if it had come from a science fiction film. It is now the fashionable and "arty" car to own. This book provides the full production history for enthusiasts and restorers. This book aims to reveal, in words and colour pictures, how there Citroens altered in detail over the years. Specification descriptions, engine and trim permutations, production changes, identification number sequences, body colours, production figures. market variations - the minutiae are covered for all DS and ID models. Accompanying the text are over 270 photographs showing all the significant model variations and the main changes in DS specification. A painstaking search for cars of the highest quality and authenticity in the UK, France and Holland has resulted in over 35 cars - some highly original, others fastidiously restored - being specially photographed for this book. The illustrations in themselves provide a valuable reference source.

Author(s):
Reynolds, John
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
23 x 30 x 2 cm
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1870979710
ISBN-13:
9781870979719
Number of pages:
144
Publisher:
Bay View (1996)
Title:
Original Citroen DS

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