I'm thinking she should have spent more time getting customers and less time posing for pictures...
Edited by billybob_jcv - 3/18/14 at 7:34am
That would largely depend on Italian and international law. There may in fact be debt relief and or protection along the line somewhere.
Hey, if you don't like French cars stay away from them. No need to be insulting That was Delorean's choice as personal vehicle and consequently his inspiration for his car.
Save your money for a Mangusta or the Bertone Buy out.
That's interesting, certainly a "dare to be different" car. You sure wouldn't have to worry about seeing any others around.
They both debuted in the same year, how could one have influenced the other? Not being nasty here, pure curiosity.
And wound up being a Mexican omlette not less.
R5's are just gobs of fun:)
The Facel's seemed to find some favour.
The Citroen was and still is good enough that many, including Rolls Royce licensed the hydro-pneumatic suspension system.
Then again I may be slighly biased. My Father was the first Citroen dealer in Canada.
My mom's friend had a LeCar back in the day....she went from one of the awful dog-tracking mid-1970s Chevy Novas (an automatic that would actually lug the transmission along in top gear, did not want to downshift at all) to the LeCar. Not sure if that was an upgrade, or a side-step....lol.
My father had a unique way of selling the 2CV. He had a rather large lot and told anyone who was interested that if they could manage to put one on it's side he'd give them a 2CV for free.