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Citroen DS Group owners and fan Take a Citroen to where the going gets really rough. A dirt road perhaps, hardly wort...
Citroen DS Group owners and fan

Take a Citroen to where the going gets really rough. A dirt road perhaps, hardly worthy of the name. Gouged, rugged, chuck-holed. Now pour on the power!

Test-drivers, auto engineers, people who make cars their business, have done just that, and have come away shaking their heads in wonder. Hard put to find the right words to best describe the way Citroen has rippled them over terrain that could wreak quick havoc to any other production car in the world.

Citroen gets up and goes! Its engine is rugged, sturdy, and surprisingly economical. In fact, the new Citroen DS 19 is now capable of speeds in excess of 100 mph, with increased accelerations, and up to 32 miles per gallon. Front Wheel Drive and Air-Oil Suspension give it superb roadability. You must try the new DS 19.

Four-lane highway or road under construction, all roads lead to Citroen. Make your own road test. Only by means of a demonstration can you judge Citroen’s unique roadholding, superb comfort and roominess.

We invite you to a free demonstration of Citroen’s exclusive Air-Oil ride at your nearest Authorized Citroen Dealer.

Wind and Sea... Gas and Fluid... get together and make the Air-Oil Suspension which give the spindle-slender shape of the Citroen its look of weightlessness. They conspire to keep car body level, in constant equilibrium at any speed and over any road. Through hummock, hollow, or over hairpin curve, the Citroen is of imperturbable design, thanks to air and oil. Wed to them, she is wed as well to the road, to speed, to comfort, to the fulfilled promise of graceful driving! Consecrated by the label “Beaute France”...
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  •   Alan Lovell reacted to this post about 1 year ago
    / #1973-Citroen-DS23-Pallas-IE / #Citroen-DS23-Pallas-IE / #1973 / #Citroen-DS / #Citroen / #Citroen-DS23 / / #1973-Citroen-DS23ie-Pallas / 1973 / #Citroen-DS23ie-Pallas / #Citroen-DS23-EFI-Pallas / #Citroen-DS23-EFI

    £28,000

    This fuel-injected 2.3-litre range-topper has desirable optional extras including factory air conditioning, explains Mike Renaut.

    Shiny dark blue paint suits this 1973 DS #Injection-Electronique and covers straight, corrosion-free panels with generally excellent gaps. All the Pallas trim is in place and appears in nice condition despite some surface tarnish, especially on the rear window surrounds. All glass including the headlamp covers is free from damage, the inner set of lights turning with the steering. Originally sold in Prato, Italy, the left-hand drive DS came to the UK in 2014 and the headlights still appear to be set up for driving on the right. Bumpers are equally blemish-free, as are the Pallas wheelcovers. If we had to nit-pick, there is slight surface rust on the wiper arms and the lower door trims are not affixed perfectly straight, but otherwise this car is hard to fault.

    The factory-fitted – and operational – air conditioning is an unusual option. The blue and white cloth and leather-cloth interior is in especially nice condition with no obvious damage and the big seats with headrests prove both comfortable and supportive. The dashboard is free of cracks, but there are a few small areas of scuffed paint and the surround for one set of pushbuttons needs securing in place.

    A rear window blind is included and the light grey fabric headlining is droop-free and in perfect condition. Door cards appear unmarked, as does the dark blue carpet. Turn the ignition key and the engine fires up immediately, soon settling to a smooth idle at an indicated 1200rpm. It quickly warms up and nothing on the numerous warning gauges offers cause for concern. The suspension operates just as it should, with the car soon finding its natural ride height. Again, no leaks or untoward noises were spotted during our inspection.

    On the road the Citroën is quiet and well-mannered with very light steering that still feels precise. Finding your way through the five-speed gearbox using the column-mounted gearlever soon becomes second nature, with each gear dropping into place positively. Stopping power is impressive, the sharp brake pedal virtually halting the car dead in its own length at low speeds. Winter and summer tyres are supplied with the DS, the set fitted during our test being Petlas with excellent tread. The jack and an unused ‘multiseason’ spare tyre are present under the bonnet. A generally tidy engine bay has a little worn and scuffed paint on some components, but no obvious leaks or areas of concern were noted. Recent #MoT certificates mention a weep from a power steering hose joint, but our inspection failed to detect it.

    The odometer reads just over 98,400km (60,000 miles). The previous owner added a new swivelling centre headlight assembly, alternator, high-pressure pump and fuel pump. New injectors and fuel pipes were fitted, and the fuel tank cleaned and lined in 2014. The air conditioning system was repaired and re-gassed in 2015. This very attractive example of a #Pallas has an excellent specification. The car drives beautifully and a little tidying under the bonnet would finish it nicely.

    Good colour, Pallas trim is all there and the panel gaps are generally good Interior looks and feels almost brand new Engine runs well, but its bay would benefit from tidy-up.

    1973 Citroën DS Pallas IE
    Price £28,000
    Contact European Classic Cars, Avebury, Wiltshire (07813 394167, europeanclassiccars.co.uk)
    Engine 2347cc 4-cyl OHV
    Power 141bh [email protected] 5500rpm
    Torque 135lb ft @ 3500rpm
    Performance
    0-60mph 11.7sec.
    Top Speed 116mph
    Fuel Consumption 29mpg
    Length 4874mm
    Width 1803mm


    CHOOSE YOUR CITROËN DS

    1 Unveiled in 1955, with hydropneumatic self-levelling suspension, power steering and disc brakes. A more basic ID version was available.

    2 September 1962 restyle saw a new nose, pointed front bumper and better ventilation.

    3 Pallas model with 41 improvements including a more luxurious interior debuted for 1965. The original hydropneumatic system used vegetable oil ( #LHV ), then switched to synthetic ( #LHS ). For the 1967 model year, Citroën introduced mineral oil-based oil ( #LHM ).

    4 1968 model year cars got four glass-covered headlights, inner set swivelled with steering.

    5 #Bosch fuel injection was introduced for 1970 and a 2.3-litre engine in 1972. Production ended in 1975 after 1,455,746 DSs were built.
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  •   votren911 reacted to this post about 2 years ago
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    Certain facts in the automotive world are irrefutable. Number one, the #1971-Citroen-DS-Pallas / #Citroen-DS / #Citroen / #1971-Citroen-DS / #Citroen / #1971 / , especially the #Pallas / #Citroen-DS-Pallas model, is the most comfortable car in the world. You may not be crazy about the four-cylinder engine, while the transmission’s not the smoothest, but the seats combined with the padded floor truly make it the most comfortable car on the planet. People sit in my DS after I’ve told them this, and they all say the same thing: why can’t all cars be like this? And why can’t they? When you get behind the wheel of a DS you literally fall into a big easy chair that wraps itself around you. Some manufacturers try very hard; two of my favourite Mercedes-Benz models are my 1972 600, which has hydraulically operated seats, and my ’1971 280 SE Coupé, with its big, overstuffed leather chairs. These are the last of the truly handmade #Mercedes-Benz cars. Yet even with the finest leather, they’re still not as comfortable as the DS.

    The only car that comes close is my #1931-Bentley-8-Litre fourdoor Mulliner sedan. Even though its suspension is primitive, the big, down-filled leather chairs are something you’d be proud to put in your library or sitting room.

    When I was in England recently, a friend collected me in a beautiful Rolls-Royce Phantom. It is an amazing car – quiet and smooth, with an unparallelled sound system – but still I felt like I was sitting on the seat rather than in it. Shouldn’t a Rolls be at least as comfortable as a DS? And why does the leather in today’s high-end motors have the texture of vinyl? My 1968-Mercedes-Benz-6.3 has 327,000 miles on it, but the constant application of hide food has given the leather a patina and suppleness that just can’t be found in modern cars.

    And can we stop with the Recaro racing seats? One of my favourite cars to drive would be the Aston Martin Vantage with a manual gearbox. It’s fast and sexy, but it has the most uncomfortable racing seat I’ve ever sat in. I love everything about the car except the seats. They’re slaves to fashion trying to look cool. Astons are for driving long distances across continents, which should be done in the most comfortable way possible.

    With these Recaro buckets, after an hour I had to pull over to get out of the car and stretch. It felt like it was cutting off the circulation. Even in my #McLaren-P1 I replaced the standard seat for a slightly wider one. It’s a little bit better – but not much. I have a Shelby Mustang GT350R. The first thing I did when I ordered the car was to ask for the stock Mustang seats to be put in, instead of the standard racing buckets. If the goal was to crack walnuts with my buttocks, I’d have kept the Recaros. It’s hard to drive if you’re not comfortable. Where’s the fun?

    When I was restoring my DS, I took great pains to deconstruct the seats and examine what made them so comfortable. The secret? Foam, and lots of it. Of course, Citroën never took the DS to the Nürburgring. That has a lot to do with it. The Nürburgring has probably done more than anything else to make luxury cars uncomfortable. Any suspension perfected there is designed to handle loads and speeds the average driver would never see in a luxury car. Along with low-profile tyres, which are so popular and have absolutely no give, the combination means cars simply aren’t as comfortable as they should be. My Tesla had 21in tyres. In 1000 miles I hit two potholes and blew out two tyres. There’s not enough sidewall to take the compression, so you split the sidewall. There’s nothing else you can do.

    Why do people buy 21in wheels? They don’t really know the difference between sidewall compression rates, they just think it looks cooler. They are willing to give up comfort for that.

    How many people would prefer to look good or feel good? Style reigns, unfortunately. BMW has just come out with the R Nine T, which is a twin-cylinder Boxer motorcycle available in three styles. The coolest is the Café bike. I drove the standard version with standard handlebars, and it was so comfortable, but I ordered the Café because it looked the coolest with the little half fairing and the lowered bar. After 20 minutes of riding, I realised I should have ordered the other one.

    The idea of selling comfort now seems to have gone out the window. It seems to be about looking cool or sporty, or Nürburgring times. Stuff like that. In the old days they used to sell comfort. American cars used to sell what they called the Boulevard Ride: the car floats down the road. Ford made a fortune selling LTDs, saying it was quieter than a Rolls. Whether it was or not, nobody really knew. It’s like you’re the captain of a ship, driving a big boat. So much of that seems to have fallen by the wayside. If someone offers you a seat in their DS, take it. It’s the most comfortable motoring experience you can have.

    The Collector Jay Leno

    ‘WHEN YOU GET BEHIND THE WHEEL OF A DS YOU LITERALLY FALL INTO A BIG EASY CHAIR THAT WRAPS ITSELF AROUND YOU’
    1971 Citroën DS Pallas - Jay Leno's test drive
    This car remains as innovative today as it was when it first hit the road in 1955. Jay changes its tire without a jack - and shares Citroën's truly weird advertisements.
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  •   Andy Everett reacted to this post about 4 years ago
    An unreal car that realized by the French artist and illustrator André Lefèbvre sheet since: #Citroen-DS is a design miracle for dissenters, a technology platform for experimenters and still a conceptually simple design car. We celebrate with the #Citroen-DS21ie-HA-Pallas 1972 a divine 50. Model birthday. / #Citroen-DS21ie / #Citroen-DS21

    Between the top and bottom are the DS more than twenty centimeters. Which car NDAS?

    And it inevitably leads to the ground. Slowly and elegant. The regular characteristic cracking hydropneumatics vies with the babbling, deeply hidden under the aluminum cover four-banger to attention, from the funny thin double spraddelt uncatalyzed burnt premium gasoline in the air. Oh, how good it smells. The divine palace from 1972, this nearly fully equipped relic from another world, comes to life, opens the yellow eyes and stretches full of dignity.

    The DS already looked at the #Citroen presentation in 1955 look like a UFO. That did not change during their 20-year production period, and not even when they disposed of thousands rusted later on the junkyards of Europe. And even today ... Who has not had a toy car, can the neighbor report (mostly art teacher or an architect), who moved this good French metal drops in everyday life.

    The DS? Absolutely. This car is a girl. In the sober and dry BRD always spoke indeed of "the" DS, but the rest of the world quickly realized that the abbreviation "DS" (if you daherlallt not quite sober - the Frenchman goes like before noon a Vin Rouge) as "Déesse" - the goddess - sounds. Today it has capitulated in Germany and gives the classic female articles.

    And with all her femininity, her broad chest, her slender ass and its expansive beautiful forms, they always looked different from all the others. It did not matter if she was standing next to a Ferrari, an Opel or a Jaguar. Otherness has always been polarized, and polarizing is good.

    Here she was planned as a car widely grown and stood as "VGD" when "Voiture à grande diffusion", in the order books. Can a vehicle for the mass to be so different? Apparently yes, if the mass are those very own French and the designer was a man who deals with this Voiture Grande provocation probably wanted to avenge that no one could pronounce his last name right the first time. At the presentation of the DS as a successor of the "Gangster Limousine" Traction Avant at the Paris Salon on October 5, 1955 to be received alone 12,000 orders. One pulls the cooler northern German once the calculator, you find out quickly that in this case, apparently per minute at Citroën 25 purchase agreements were completed during normal opening times of the exhibition, which would be to doubt. But they still sold as pope pictures in the Vatican, the Goddess. By 1975, nearly 1.5 million times.


    This may have been partly due to the almost divine comfort. The hydropneumatic pressure with their balls instead of shock absorbers makes the Citroën weightlessly glide like a flying carpet. Clear the carpet leans in turns and nods to and fro when braking and accelerating - but he also swallows almost any road unevenness and is only comforting softness of the passenger compartment on.

    In combination with the opulent " #Pallas " equipment with plush or leather, windows and all kinds of electrical helpers this vehicle was sufficient even to the French President Charles de Gaulle. A nice side effect of floating on the "Kullern" was the automatic level control. No matter how many cans of red wine you put in the trunk, the DS pumped repeatedly high. * Knack * ssssssssss * knack * ... Mercedes-Benz and Rolls-Royce bought the licenses for their own vehicles. When you next time so you E-Class station wagon heavily laden, scold rather not on French technology.

    On the other hand the car next to this particular comfort is very easily set up and maintain. A tire change can be no jack, only with a Jack Stand and the included tool kit, perform. The hydropneumatic already attracts the malade wheel high then. In the first models was even attached with a single central nut, the 80-centimeter-long wrench you could also use for cranking the engine with an empty battery. These could be on the dashboard, the ignition timing adjust ...

    The avant-garde body was welded to a massive platform framework, similar to the Trabant or the Rover P6. Your good aerodynamic characteristics allowed despite the small mini-engine rapid speed limits and good fuel economy. All add-on parts such as the roof made of plastic, the aluminum bonnet, the doors and fenders and bumpers and trim in stainless steel could be unscrewed with a few simple steps. So if you have touched after drinking wine and galettes with Jérôme on the way back to Joséphine a road sign or the tractor by Gérard, a dented rear fender left after the removal of just one nut pull back and re-enter reasonably straight. Bottom Up.

    For once completely sober and without fermented grape juice in the trunk, the journey continues today through Hamburg East, through industrial areas and on main roads between Stapelfeld and Ahrensburg. The strange shift lever on top of the steering column is almost as intuitive to use as an iPhone at first contact. The only information that has been added: "When switching the throttle." That works quite well, the four gears can insert easily, domes omitted. Funny.

    The spotlight steer with the front in the curves and the heating distributes the north German spring cold from the scented leather interior of the "Pallas". And after a few kilometers, the approximation process at a traffic light and then passed again Get away reasonably stylish. The also hydraulic, load-sensing dual-circuit brake is actuated via a small rubber-reinforced button in the footwell - a joyous celebration for nonconformists, to which one must get used to but once a little himself. Until then, one is struck by how deep the car can dive on the inboard disc brakes surprisingly forward without digging under the turf.

    In which lever position the DS starts and where the reverse gear, are relatively quickly dissolved puzzles, then simply slid just then. This is done when needed quite powerful and meaty, with the support of #Bosch-D-Jetronic , but at least up to higher speeds always statesman (or government-female) restrained, as befits a sedan.

    This goddess with the ridiculously small mileage of 100,000 kilometers, well, originally from the South of France, where she was consistently and regularly serviced in a specialist workshop. The owner has now reached an even biblischeres age when his car, and the grandson decided to sell in good hands. The good man was simply too old to be still otherwise want.

    And yes, her whole appearance is different from the others. The steering wheel has only one spoke and the driver can not impale in an accident. The rear-view mirrors fitted on the dashboard instead of the top of the wheel, and the four doors are tiebarless than the most beautiful coupes. Everywhere there are generous Ashtray, you do not know where you would like to express his Kippchen first.

    Unfortunately, there is a lack of cup holders for wine glasses. The fat tub in the engine compartment in front of the distant past four-cylinder is not as first suspected a canister with Vin de Pays for the driver, but the pot for the central hydraulics. And only later then is the motor.

    Over the construction period, there was the DS and the simplified ID (in German "idea" - another entertaining little game called...) as DS 19, DS 20, DS 21, DS 21ie, *deep breath* DS 23, DS 23ie, ID 19, ID 20, DSpécial, DSuper and DSuper5, depending on engine capacity and facilities. And even the horn was more than one: The goddess has a soft tender for the terrifying pedestrians in city centers and a compressor fired for adequate subcompact of-the-road-blow for overland travel.

    Today you will be loved by connoisseurs and designated only by ill-informed half-truths widening as "vulnerable". Both the engine and transmission as well as the hydro-pneumatic system does not need more care and maintenance than other automotive technologies. And if the Goddess this regularly got and get it done reliably and strange time in accordance with their service even in everyday life.

    In the footwell to "reduce" the metal lever on the bottom left press, wait a few seconds, engine off and take a deep breath. The UFO's

    Back in its port, is the goddess her passenger again.

    Slowly she goes to bed, gracefully elegant, almost entirely on the floor. When she had fallen from the sky.

    Year built: #1972
    Engine: four-cylinder
    Displacement: 2,175 cm3 / #M21
    Power: 92 kW (125hp DIN)
    Max torque: 176 Nm at 3000rpm
    Transmission: four-speed semi-automatic
    Drive: Front wheels
    Length / width / height: 4,840 / 1,790 / 1,470 mm
    Weight: 1290 kg
    Acceleration 0-100 kph / 0-62MPH: 12 s
    Top speed: 185 kph
    Value: 39,000 euros

    Flap on. Well hidden, far behind the spare wheel is somewhere the engine installed. What a long nose ...

    No Kat, but surprisingly economical and easy to maintain. When the goddess because not neglected.

    Broooommmmm. Also on the move are the many details still futuristic, the engine sounds throaty unobtrusive.

    Today charming, over 40 years ago like a spaceship. The cockpit is very well stocked.
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  •   Craft Zetner reacted to this post about 4 years ago
    The #1972 #Citroen-DS23-Pallas-IE / #Citroen

    The flagship of the facelifted 1970s DS was the luxurious #Citroen-DS 23 #Pallas , which the French firm Norev recreated in generous #1:18-scale . Our example looks stunning with a metallic silver roof over Orient Blue body, with a tobacco brown interior. Opening the front doors reveals a detailed dash, steering wheel that turns with the wheels (but alas, not the inner headlamps), and the famous “mushroom” brake. The engine compartment is equally lifelike, and the suspension even has a bit of give. It’s a really beautiful piece.
    Cost: $70.

    Contact: Norev; Item 181577; [email protected]; www.carloverdiecast.com
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  •   Susanne Roeder reacted to this post about 4 years ago
    The #Citroen DS 21 Cabriolet Chapron Le Caddy (1967)

    A ROOM OF COLLECTION RARE AND EXPENSIVE

    Resize a precious stone such as DS is not easy. Chapron it is successfully tested, the point to be entrusted with the production of the factory convertibles. It is a model of coachbuilder that we have the pleasure to present to you today.

    While the first five versions had got a plunging back (as Berline / Sallon), the sixth and seventh generations adopt a square stern.

    Manufactured by Chapron in 1967, this convertible is equipped del'avant Le Caddy of de1968 models since its restoration danslesannées-2000.

    Del'année opened in late 1919, the body shop Henri Chapron close its doors sixty-six years later, seven years after the death of its founder.

    At the Paris Salon in 1958, Henri Chapron unveils its first convertible DS basis. The public responds well, and sales allow the bodybuilder to ensure a sufficient level of activity in pursuit of its business. Two years later, Citroën decided to include the convertible to its lineup. The building is naturally entrusted to Chapron, which continues to offer its own models in parallel. Our Le Caddy DS was released in April 1967. But, like many of his sisters produced just before the restyling of the summer 1967 she has been subsequently retouched forward. The projecting rear fenders, which correspond to the sixth of the seven generations that have succeeded until 1972, giving it a tighter appearance.

    Intimidating aura

    Restored and in perfect condition, this specimen has traveled 60 000km since its acquisition in 2000 by the current owner. A rarity certainly valuable, but do not hesitate to get out of the garage to stretch rods 2175cm3 his carburetor. Citroëniste convinced, I confess to having some trepidation at the prospect of getting behind the wheel of this elegant model confusing. Under the superb line, the space allocated for rear passengers (there is a 2 + 2) is surprisingly low, while the convertible Caddy measures more than 4,80m long. Nevertheless, behind the wheel monoline inevitable, it is well installed, sitting a bit lower than in the sedan, on firmer seats. Specific to Chapron, the latter are charged by mounting a lowered windshield. Much more obvious, the interior design is intended luxurious red leather (even on the door panels) with matching carpet and chrome canopy frames. The atmosphere is even more opulent than in Pallas.

    Flexibility and discretion

    The presentations made, it's time to see if the charm of the beautiful does not vanish once on the road. The startup, according to a ritual familiar to owners of DS sedan, is effortless, with mechanical barely audible in open-top configuration. The ride height has stabilized, and he was off me, hair flying (yes, I still have!), Taking advantage of the momentary interruption of the rain. Reassured by the ease of use of the gearbox, I appreciate the flexibility and discretion engine "21 carb." If its 100hp can in no case give it sporty pretensions, however it shows a great companion to ride. At low engine speeds, this block will restart in seconds without forcing, or to evolve on a light throttle in fourth smoothly. Thus, roll in the middle of the current flow is not a problem. Despite the windscreen lowered, air eddies prove quite acceptable. For proof, this test was conducted by a temperature of 14 ° C, in shirt-it is true with a scarf around the color without having to lament then had a sick leave.

    Not so capricious ...

    The rain had decided to invite again, we are given the opportunity to test the headgear. Easy to handle, it insulates well enough from outside noise, but not that of the motor. However, nothing unbearable, radio (with a vintage accessory FM) having no evil thing to cover his singing.

    However, the mirrors are of no help to find out what happens behind. No annoying when the top is stowed, but much more annoying when the vagaries of the weather obliged to leave covered. It will not be so reluctant to turn around to check the (large) blind spots, the exterior mirror are partly hidden by the door, while he who stands in the center of the dashboard only gives a small glimpse of what happens behind your back. It may however be used to observe the discontent of potential occupants of the back seat, looking at how fit their legs behind a driver over a soixantedix meter. This Le Caddy convertible mainly appreciates alone or in pairs, time for a walk or a weekend. Its trunk can swallow the luggage of more fashion addict couples, while the engine will go to the end of the world. Too bad that happiness has a price so high.

    Uncap the DS was not obvious, but Chapron escaped with panache. On this model of 1967, the rear fenders fit well with the new bow.

    "We love the beautiful line, the luxurious interior, the availability of the motor."

    "We do not like the visibility hood up, the unavailability of specific, clutter maneuver."

    The splendid wire wheels are original, etfragiles. Moreover, those of the front wheels had to be redone.

    Put away under the hood, the spare wheel does not facilitate access to mechanics.


    TECHNICAL DATA FILE #1967 #Citroen-DS21-Convertible-Chapron-Le-Caddy / #Citroen-DS21-Cabriolet-Chapron-Le-Caddy / #Citroen-DS21-Cabriolet / #Citroen-DS21 / #Citroen-DS / #Citroen

    Engine 4 cylinders #M21 inline
    Displacement 2175cm3
    Fiscal power 12CV
    Maximum power 100hp DIN at 5500rpm
    Torque 164Nm at 3000rpm
    Carburetor Weber Food inverted dual body
    In the front wheel drive,
    Gearbox hydraulic 4-speed
    Brakes front / rear discs / drums
    Tyres front / rear 185/380 XAS / 155/380 XAS
    Dimensions L x W x H 4.86 x 1.82 x 1,42m
    Weight 1315kg
    Top speed 175kph
    Acceleration 1000m 35s D.A.
    Fuel consumption average 10,1-litres / 100km
    65-litres fuel tank
    Safe NC

    Almost as large as that of the sedan, the trunk can contain widely lesbagages four passengers. Enrevanche, one must have extension arm to recover what is at the bottom ...

    Here with a picture of #Jaeger and a radio board, all with period accessories, the interior of the #Chapron is even more luxurious than that of #Pallas .



    Supreme luxury for the time, this convertible estéquipé a radio that receives FM! Despite the beauty of the upholstery, the arrièrene passengers are not at the party in the cabriolet Le Caddy DS. Laplace leg is counted, especially sileconducteur is great.

    The elegant dressing against door through a red leather matched with lasellerie constitutes a specificity of Chapron versions.

    Behind the shift lever so special, take up the six characteristics of combined Jaeger counters.

    A controller for intensity, for another flow position for an adjustable heat: heating appears easy to use and quite effective.

    The parking brake is controlled by the driver's left foot. The black controller, in turn, adjusts the suspension.
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