Primrose Godess: 1971 Citroën DS21

How much could it really cost to keep this classic Citroën on the road? Assume you live in a location where MOT (Ministry of Tribulations) inspections and smog requirements are nil — how hard would it be to get this car to the point where you could drive it to work on Fridays? Could you keep the rusting sheet metal, introuvable o-rings, questionable electrics, and leaking balls at bay? Could a mécanicien amateur maintain this car without being sent to the Arkham Asylum? Or would you be “le Joker” in months? Find this 1971 Citroën DS21 offered for $10,500 in Lebanon, NJ via Tip from Hugh.

From the seller:

1971 Citroen DS – I have owned her for 20 years

  • 67500 miles on the clock
  • new spheres, tires, runs well
  • some rust on the inside
  • roof recently replaced
  • breaks my heart to sell her, but I am downsizing and do not drive her any more
  • Clean Maryland title ( car just been fixed in NJ)

Voir une meilleure façon de frapper les balles?