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Old 8th March 2018, 10:20 PM
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Default Re: The Citroen DS

https://www.carsales.com.au/private/...-5310651/?Cr=1

This is a good honest DS23 for sale. This car is owned by a club member near me and while this car is not perfect, it's a car that can be enjoyed as is, or spend a bit of money to do some cosmetic work.

There is also an interesting thread on aussiefrogs concerning this car:
http://www.aussiefrogs.com/forum/com...storation.html












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Why The CitroŽn DS Is Still The Ultimate Luxury Car
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What a shame the DS never had a motor worthy of the rest of the car! C107, there is a cheapish CX on carsales that could keep you entertained over winter.
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What a shame the DS never had a motor worthy of the rest of the car! C107, there is a cheapish CX on carsales that could keep you entertained over winter.
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heh!
I need to get my DS back on the road before entertaining another Citroen!

I have always thought a small displacement V8 would have been ideal. something like 2.5-3.0. You couldn't get a straight six in, and v6's of the day were not particularly smooth.
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