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  • Raf Hellemans

    Another Citroen DS classic showing its excellent design. We love the DS: Wir lieben die DS:

  • R Reece

    1966 Citroën DS21 - Like most great car designs, it's hard to find a bad angle to shoot it from, and this is one of my favorites. Happily this reminds me of my own black '69 version, except mine was fuel injected, had matching leather and (coolest of all) an original venetian blind in the rear window. Beautiful to look at and beautiful to drive...K

  • Steve Michaliszyn

    Old school hydraulics.

  • Stas Krasovsky

    2 much wheels but)) Citroen DS 19

  • Jean Hansen

    Citroen DS 19 #customized cars #luxury sports cars|

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