Citroën - DS 21 Cabriolet
Citroen DS 21 convertible from 1968
Very fine convertible conversion
This especially beautiful Citroen DS 21 was restored by a Dutch DS specialist in 1991 and rebuilt into a convertible. De conversion was performed in a professional manner and with eye for detail. No expenses have been spared.
This DS has been in the hands of the current owner since 2002. He has used this Citroen with rather elegant body for countless drives and international vacations to, among other places, South Europe.
The original motor was replaced by a Citroen specialist in 2006 for a revised motor from a 2300IE Hydraulique, which was used in the last series of DSes. During this time, a semi-automatic gearbox was mounted as well.
Because of the assembly of this technique this “Goddess of the road” truly drives like a dream!
The suspension has been put in the lowest position for most of the photos. All the hydraulics driving the suspension, brakes and steering work flawless and make driving in this DS simple, light, and incredibly comfortable.
The soft top closes well and is in excellent condition.
The Jaeger-instruments tableau looks chic and impressive. The assembly of an electronic ignition benefits the reliability.
The car is in possession of a certified class 3 alarm.
To make the incredibly comfortable DS even more luxurious, air conditioning has been fitted. Behind the front seats an accompanying wind deflector can be placed. Furthermore, the car has a set of detachable, original Citroen DS head rests and an middle armrest.
Accompanying documentation and maintenance invoices prove that this car has been maintained meticulously.
A recent valuation report for the car is present and can be seen upon request.
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(Ruud Gubbels, tel. 06-51360813 or through mail: email@example.com)
• Spare wheel
• Detachable head rests
• Middle arm rest
• Wind deflector
• Soft top cover
• Class 3 alarm
• 2 sets of keys
• Jack set
• Maintenance history
• Valuation report