1972 Citroën DS21.

June 8, 2013

13 comments

13 comments:

Tony Piff said...

great shots. i think i've parked in that very parking space before, but it's been a long time since i crossed paths with anything remotely old and parked in that section of town.

Calvin said...

The location, perhaps the lighting, the hockey sticker, the side markers, and the tinted headlamp covers all make this car look younger than 41. By looking at these pictures I can imagine what a modern executive boat from Citroën would look like-- they'd be driven by vaguely creative professionals, like architects.

Dan from Phoenix said...

I actually saw one of these on the road here in Phoenix AZ (around 7th St and Greenway) yeaterday.

Anonymous said...

It's a spaceship!

Anonymous said...

I would f**k the s**t outta that thing.

Anonymous said...

What a gorgeous car! Wonderful shots, great find.

Justin said...

That backdrop REALLY makes this car stand out. Killer shots.

Christopher Fea said...

This is easily one of the most interesting cars ever produced. Anyone with some free time so go on youtube and check out videos on the DS. They were so ahead of their time.

Eric Wheeler said...
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Eric Wheeler said...

God...Citroen has never made a good looking car in their existence! What a horrible horrible looking car. I can't believe a single person would have been stupid enough to buy this travesty of a vehicle. Not one thing about it is good looking. Thank God Citroen doesn't sell their garbage here anymore.

Anonymous said...

Isn't that car driven on the show, The Mentalist?

Anonymous said...

Beautiful looking car, whoever knows and appreciates cars, this is a true icon, re-presenter of fashion and design unlike no other car. used in movies by characters with taste, spies, mafia organization bosses, architects and professors. Maybe in North America, this was just a car, but in Europe, it was a lifestyle, kind of like owing a Audi S8 or a Mercedes G-class nowadays and nowhere close to owing an pick-up truck

Anonymous said...

More than a car it is the art....