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Old May 16th 08, 09:18 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.autos
Jeff G
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Default 1972 Citroen SM

Speaking of the Citroen:

1972 Citroen SM - V6 - 2760 cc

"France wanted a prestige car, so Citroen went to Italy and chose a Maserati
engine. But the first oil crisis came along in 1973....and the model had
little success."




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Old May 20th 08, 08:24 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.autos
Max Magister
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Default 1972 Citroen SM

Hi Jeff, I take it these two come from your recent trip to Brussels? I
believe you were in the very museum where our friend Michel Weber helps out.
He used to be a prolific poster on abpa until the time constraints slowed
him down. You didn't run into him by any chance, did you?

max

"Jeff G" > wrote in message
. ..
> Speaking of the Citroen:
>
> 1972 Citroen SM - V6 - 2760 cc
>
> "France wanted a prestige car, so Citroen went to Italy and chose a
> Maserati engine. But the first oil crisis came along in 1973....and the
> model had little success."
>
>



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Old May 20th 08, 09:29 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.autos
JBT Gilles
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Default 1972 Citroen SM

12934 car sold in the wide world.
How much in perfect condition today ???




"Max Magister" > a ťcrit dans le message de
news: m...
> Hi Jeff, I take it these two come from your recent trip to Brussels? I
> believe you were in the very museum where our friend Michel Weber helps
> out. He used to be a prolific poster on abpa until the time constraints
> slowed him down. You didn't run into him by any chance, did you?
>
> max
>
> "Jeff G" > wrote in message
> . ..
>> Speaking of the Citroen:
>>
>> 1972 Citroen SM - V6 - 2760 cc
>>
>> "France wanted a prestige car, so Citroen went to Italy and chose a
>> Maserati engine. But the first oil crisis came along in 1973....and the
>> model had little success."
>>
>>

>
>



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Old May 20th 08, 09:35 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.autos
JBT Gilles
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Default 1972 Citroen SM

This grey one is owned by a friend.

Never been restored.
All origin, even leather seats.... and the very very rare radio tape
specially build by Continental-Edison for the CitroŽn SM (in perfect order
of working)...





"Max Magister" > a ťcrit dans le message de
news: m...
> Hi Jeff, I take it these two come from your recent trip to Brussels? I
> believe you were in the very museum where our friend Michel Weber helps
> out.
> He used to be a prolific poster on abpa until the time constraints slowed
> him down. You didn't run into him by any chance, did you?
>
> max
>
> "Jeff G" > wrote in message
> . ..
>> Speaking of the Citroen:
>>
>> 1972 Citroen SM - V6 - 2760 cc
>>
>> "France wanted a prestige car, so Citroen went to Italy and chose a
>> Maserati engine. But the first oil crisis came along in 1973....and the
>> model had little success."
>>
>>

>
>





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