1960 CitroŽn ID 1910.000-15.000 EUR - No Reserve

CitroŽn ID 19†

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French title
Chassis nį3119721

- Richard Reinders collection
- In original condition
- Two owners from new
- 38,000 km on the odometer
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Reference Number 513016

as of 1/17/2018

Dealer
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Lot 72

Artcurial - Rťtromobile  Contact  Location
Salon Rťtromobile Hall 1  Phone  +33 1 42 99 20 56  City  Porte de Versailles
75015 Porte de Versailles  Fax  +33 1 42 99 16 39  State  Paris
France  Mobile    Country  France France
Overview
Car 1960 CitroŽn ID 19
VIN 3119721 
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Known History

It was in 2004, at the Rťtromobile car park, that the current owner was offered this ID 19. The particularly attractive feature of this car is that it belonged since 1973 to the son of the very first owner, a certain Mr Michel David! The car rolled out of the factory on October 31, 1960 and is in a remarkably well preserved state of origin. During the early years, the car was indeed used mainly three times a year: for a trip from Paris to CorrŤze. It has always been stored under cover and the odometer now displays 38,000 km.

The grey paint and the "eggshell" colored rims do not show any notable defects, and the car still has its original registration plates, with the Parisian number "5275 KJ 75". Even the plastic roof is in a superb state, and still lets in the light. Inside, the interior in good condition with its blue upholstery and its speedometer graduated up to 160 km/h.

Since the car has not been in use for some time, it will need to be overhauled before it can hit the road again. Here is a great opportunity to acquire a car that has not been ruined by refurbishment work that destroys the souls of some of the finer classic automobiles.

 

 

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