Citroen DS & ID All Models (except SM) 1966 to 1975: The Essential Buyer's Guide
Buying a classic car is an expensive business and mistakes can prove costly financially and in time, effort and stress. Wouldn't it be great if you could take an expert with you? With the aid of this book's step-by-step guidance from a marque specialist, you can! The Citroen D-series Buyers Guide aims to guide collectors, restorers, and enthusiasts through the various production changes and problem areas between model years to make sure their restoration or prospective purchase is correct, original, and legitimate. The guide will be an essential reference tool to be used when buying, selling, repairing or restoring the various D-models manufactured between 1966 and 1975. This book's unique points system will help you to place the cars value in relation to condition while extensive photographs illustrate the problems to look out for. This is an important investment - STOP! Don’t buy a Citroen ID or DS without buying this book first! One hundred color photos, useful appendices and expert advice mean this book could save you 1000’s.
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Initially I was taken aback by it's rather diminutive size, however this gave way to delight, as I discovered a virtual cornucopia of concentrated and valuable information within. Being an amateur restorer myself, and completely aware of the trials & tribulations I went through in finding a suitable project vehicle, I was quite impressed to see a "hit list" of things to look-out for in buying a Citroen DS. This information alone is worth it's weight in gold, to say nothing of troubles saved in making an uninformed purchase of a lemon! (No pun intended). The book includes superb detail on all the different models and variants, along with information on the "rare gems" that collectors drool over. Certainly excellent reading and a must-have for anyone looking to buy one of these magical pieces of history. Citroen simply must have had and extra-terrestrial on the design team, judging from the total break with convention on this 20th century French icon.