1967 Citroen DS 21

Sale price: $6000,00 make an offer

Technical specifications

Fuel Type:Gasoline
Interior Color:Tan
Trim:Customized with some Pallas interior trim
Number of Cylinders:4
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Current customer rating: current rating for this car (5)
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This car had 2,700 views in one week, so many of you have seen this car before. I am including some different pictures showing the pallas interior trim, and to highlight the spots on the car where problems with rust usually occur. I bought this 4 years ago in Albuquerque, drove it up past Juan Tabo blvd. before loading it onto a car hauler and bringing it to Georgia. It was in covered storage for the first year and a half, where it developed a couple of problems. Fuel delivery. It received a new fuel pump before the discovery of a stuck needle valve. In between visits, the motor decided to lock up, and after freeing up the needle valve, (unbeknownst to me at the time when I went to crank it over) all it would do is click (starter motor gear against the flywheel. I got it out of storage thinking I could work on it easier having it closer (storage was 15 miles away). In the last 2 1/2 years I've checked it out two lengthy times. Thought the transmission might be in gear, but it rolls well when pushed. So my best guess is it may have had some rusty water leak into the cylinders. A dose of diesel fuel to loosen it up was tried, but maybe I introduced too little into the cylinders to make any difference. So this may need the engine replaced, I don't know. What I do know is that I'm not equipped to do anything with it myself. I bought it running, and figured I could work out the bugs on a vehicle able to be driven. The original hub caps were not with the car when I bought it. Glove compartment bottom is missing, no spare tire. What is not original on this: Drivers' door exterior mirror and wheel covers. It appears to have tinted glass on all windows but the front windshield (as far as tinting goes, a very nice job!) The upholstery has been redone, including door panels, where the original armrests have been removed. There is a Citroen ornament in the center of the hood. The exterior trim on the doors (where pallas trim usually goes) is aftermarket. The Plates behind the rear passenger windows have been painted, and commemorative plates were installed by one-time owner Don Neal Some electrical has been redone (noticeable under the hood mostly), but has been an incomplete job.. There is a ding on the drivers side fender (picture) where (I guess) I banged it with some farm equipment. The paint job is very nice (there are a couple of chips and a kitty scratch on the hood), and just one noticeable paint excess on the driver's side rear door.. The only other ding I know of is in the center of the driver side rear fender skirt. I do not like being the eyes of anyone interested in this car, as I've said, I am blind in the one eye. Serious interested parties are welcome to view it with prior approval. I notice the wiring for the windshield wiper motor is incomplete, and the wiring connections to the fender wiring harnesses are not connected . I saved the front fender wiring harnesses from a '68 DS (now off to China in the form of an I-beam) and put them in the trunk. See New Pictures..I know that rust is an issue on these cars, but from what I can see there is no rust-through anywhere on this car; some superficial spots, but nothing serious. I don't know if bondo has been used on it. No bondo on rear fenders. When I drove this in Albu, the hydraulics worked (the vehicle raised up), the brake button worked (the car stopped), and I did not hear any tragic sounding noises. I realize this may need a lot of work, but am firm on the price. No reserve, starting bid lowest price accepted for it. Vehicle sold AS IS.

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