Sleek and futuristic-looking, this 1972 Citroen D Special was previously owned by a Hollywood actor/director. The low-mileage French-built luxury machine was originally finished completely in the rose color of the top, but the body was resprayed in metallic silver.
Sleek and futuristic-looking, this 1972 Citroen D Special was previously owned by a Hollywood actor/director. The low-mileage French-built luxury machine was originally finished completely in the rose color of the top, but the body was resprayed in metallic silver. The Wichita Eagle
Sleek and futuristic-looking, this 1972 Citroen D Special was previously owned by a Hollywood actor/director. The low-mileage French-built luxury machine was originally finished completely in the rose color of the top, but the body was resprayed in metallic silver. The Wichita Eagle

When one Citroen won’t do

May 31, 2014 12:00 AM

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