This page has been primarily dedicated to support of
Citroen D models for some time, but since I sold my 1968 ID 19 and
now own a 1983 GSA, I am offering more information on them. They are
very rare in
the United States because they were never officially imported here. So
stay tuned for increased coverage for GS and GSA models!
My 1983 GSA Break, imported from France in 2009
Links To Other Sources
- CitroWisc Who is CitroWisc?
- Other "listservers", or "lists" have been around for a long time.
There are several devoted to the D. One is citroen-dsid
and another is DSeries-L.
Each has its unique personality, but the main reason you want to join
is the vast reservoir of information. Very international in flavor,
these lists are completely devoted to the care and restoration of the
Citroën D model. For the GS and GSA, there's GSA-L. Looking
for a part? Can't fix it? We can help. See you soon!
- This is a buying guide to Citroëns most frequently found in
the U.S. Citroën
Concours of America. Tour the whole site to find parts and other
- Lance Hellman's fabulous
Kegresse half track model, found by chance in a Massachusetts
- HD 19. This
site is dedicated to the first fluid made expressly for the hydraulic
systems of early D car. In French. It contains the one of the most
completely documented D restorations ever performed. Here is an actual, unused can of HD 19.
- From Hungary: Gabor Deak Jahn's interesting site, primarily
devoted to one of my other favorite Citroëns, the BX, but also
containing the Citroën Technical Guide,
a summary of the amazing technical features utilized in Citroëns
over the years as well as in the latest cars.
Nijman's pages, full of
- From Italy: Pomini
Paolo's fascinating site.
- In 1970, a German fellow converted a Citroen D into a boat.
- How did Citroën attain the machining tolerances required to
make their hydraulic wonders? See
here. Use your browser's "back" arrow to return here. Adobe
- A little about me
- Back On The Farm, and other
- My picture page,
mostly cars, but some family pics, especially, Floyd.
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