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High-Quality print (20" x 27.5") by Jean-Jacques DeGalkowsky (well-known French automobile artist) of the 1939 11CV Cabriolet. Well detailed rendering printed on art paper and signed by the artist. Call 1-858-566-2860 for immediate delivery. Also available by the same artist are 1974 DS23 IE and Traction Avant historical poster. E-mail: citroenconcours@yahoo.com or check our poster/print section on www.citroenpieces.com (CCA 1-16)


 

 

 

1938 Citroen Traction Avant 11BL After it arrived in the US five years ago, a complete correct professional restoration was completed on this car, which was in superb original condition. This 1938 Citroen Traction Avant 11BL was  in the south of France (Provence Arles) nearly its entire life until five years ago when it was imported into the US. The chassis number is #393195 and the engine number is # PVSC11-320736. This car was produced in France and has the correct 1991cc 46hp engine. The odometer now shows 15,500 miles and there is no way to verify the actual mileage on the car. It also has the original Michelin Pilote 3-piece rims, which were introduced in 1938 and has new Michelin X-Stop tires. It features a 3-speed synchromesh transmission that is operated by the shift lever which extends from the dashboard. The car also has several Robri accessories including the very rare Robri Bolide Meteor Art Deco hood ornament, also a working Jaeger locking gas cap, as well as the egg timer turn signal pilot/jockey lights (which work perfectly). The original clock was restored and now works perfectly (it has not been placed in the car but is easily installed). The grill features the correct double Chevrons and two original Drago enameled badges from Champagne and Provence. Included are the original license plates indicating the car comes from the 13th Department which is Bouches-du-Rhones. Other than a few minor stone chips, this car is now in magnificent condition and is perfect mechanically, with virtually everything rebuilt. It has been driven several hundred miles in one day and is now completely reliable and should be able to complete a tour of any length. This car could be entered in many of the Concours that appear around the world. The Post-War Traction Avant models are quite common and do not have many of the beautiful art deco features of the much rarer Pre-War Tractions. The interior, wheels, rear deck treatment, hood ornament, and many other items can only be found in the Pre-War models. This car starts easily, drives wonderfully, and needs nothing. Price recently lowered to $29,000. Car is in Syracuse NY. Walter Miller phone 315-247-2388. (CCA 07-12) walteremiller@yahoo.com

 

1938 11BL with 4408 km! Clean Florida Title Engine Runs! Needs new tires, shifter, windshield, left rear fender.   Please call 786-556-1751 or email mjohny2000@yahoo.com  - asking $2,000 USD (CCA 07-15)

 

 

 

1939 Slough Traction Avant Cabriolet.  Asking price $64,000 USD OBO.

This beautiful example, which is located in New Zealand, if finally on the market for definite sale. This Cabriolet is not an original example as it was built about 35 years ago by a Citroen engineer who used a 1954 Slough one owner light 15 as the donor plus the remnants of a 1939 Slough car. This car has the engine, gearbox & running gear of the 1954 L15 and is an almost identical to a 1939 car. An expert may notice some differences such as chrome headlights, different dash arrangement & seats. The main difference is the asking price which reflects value. An original 1939 Traction Cabriolet in average condition recently sold at auction in Europe for $160,000 USD so asking price for this Cabriolet represents excellent buying for this appreciating vehicle.

Car has done 65000 genuine miles & is registered in NZ as a 1939 L15 Roadster. Engine & gearbox were overhauled 700 miles ago & car has just undergone a light restoration to bring it up to show condition. She drives beautifully & loves the road. Car has won recent trophies.

Please email the owner for additional information & photos at  savco@snap.net.nz . Genuine enquiries only please. (CCA 05-16)

 


 

 

1955 Citroen 11BN  (Traction Avant 11CV Normale) This meticulously maintained car has an 11D motor with the higher compression motor utilizing the late style connecting rods. Recent valve grind and cooling system work includes a remanufactured water pump. The ignition is powered by a new Pertronix kit. New carburetor and an electric fuel pump. The car has been converted to a 12 volt system with a late Citroen DS alternator. The recently restored brake system uses DOT 5 brake fluid. New Michelin 165-400 tires. The interior of this Traction Avant Normale has been redone in gray mohair. The front seats have modern retractable seat belts. The paint and chrome are in good condition. The dash has been lightly upgraded to take advantage of modern conveniences such as a column-mounted turn signal switch and warning lights. This car won an Honorable Mention at the prestigious 2011 La Jolla Concours d’Elegance. 123,300 original kilometers - asking $33,500.  Car located just north of San Diego.  Contact Rudy at 858-566-2860 or email citroenconcours@yahoo.com (CCA 10-14) -SOLD-


 

 

1956 11BL.  Complete professional body tear down 3 years ago, new paint, all rust removed, all glass is good, all windows work. Professional mechanical work 6 years ago, runs well could be daily driver. used only for show and display. Gauges not hooked up, headlights not connected, fog lights functioning.  E mail or call for photos of body work in progress and complete gallery of car.  Has after market moon roof with custom leatherette cover. Seats and door panels redone in grey canvas, headliner and other interior work needs completion. $8,000.00 located in Champaign IL.  J Ryan (847) 525-5084 john_ryan_351@comcast.net (CCA 08-12) -SOLD-

 


 

 

1957 11BL Serial number 674661.I have used it in New Orleans for a couple of years as a "around town" car.  It has a made to fit cover, all tires are new with new tubes and spare…a couple of additional new tubes.  No rust that I know of or can see.  Runs great...I take it out about 2 times a month in the spring, summer, fall in Montana and if in New Orleans, once a week all year for a drive around...I don't know anything about the restoration but the interior was done well so I take it much else was done well.  Needs a new  right tail light bulb, and right and left gaskets around the tail lights (I broke the bulb when I was fooling around with the gasket).  Title as an antique auto in Montana.  Will consider offers around $17.5K – contact Bill for more info at montanadrifter@montana.com  (CCA 10-14)

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