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Citroen. Sport. Cabrio 1925.

283.101

Refurbished

BRAND: Citroën. 4-cylinder.

MODEL: Tourism. Sport.

DOCUMENTATION: IF. Available.

REGISTRATION: B-180??

TECHNICAL SHEET: If. Available.

STATE OF the CHASSIS: Good. No.: 58620.

ENGINE STATUS: In operation. Original. Not Tested.

YEAR: 1925.


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FINDINGS: Lack a little cleaning and it will work perfectly, the state in general is very good. Original paint, red and black, wear on the gasket of the doors, interior in acceptable condition and original, original rims painted with tyres, set is in good condition, has an old restoration.

IF you have documentation we would have to do a name change. (Custom quote with our manager).

EXAMINATION OF RESTORATION OR DAMAGE: Deprecated. Original model. Body and paint in good condition in general. Scratches on the part of the doors, a little mismatching, although close, but ajustandolas. Accessories original interior. Complete engine. The thread on the cap of the radiator is cracked.

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Level of restoration: 80 %

Manufacturer

Citroën

Production

1922-26. 80759 made

Physical Attributes

Torpedo

Available

FR layout

Engine

Gas: 0.8 L Straight-4

Transmission

Manual 3-speed transmission

Distance between axes

2.25 meters (88,6 inches) (C2) 2,35 meters (92,5 inches) (C3)

Length

3,20 meters (126,0 inch)

Width

1.40 meters (55,1 inch)

Empty weight

543 kg (1.197 pounds)

Designer (s)

Edmond Moyet

 

 

The Citroën Type C was a car made by the French Citroën car company between 1922 and 1926 with almost 81,000 to units on the market. The car was originally called the Type C, but was updated to the C2 in 1924 which was in turn replaced by the C3 slightly more long-in 1925. The type C was, and still is, also known as the 5HP due to its French rating tax engine for tax purposes. Nicknames more colloquial, in reference to the rear conical body of the small car, were "cul-de-poule '(lower part of the chicken) and the' boat deck Citroën.

The four-cylinder engine, of 856 cc (52,2 cubic inches) had a diameter of 55 mm (2.2 in) and stroke of 90 mm (3.5 inches), which generates a power of 11 HP (8,2 kW). Not had a single Solex carburetor, and ignition by magneto. An electric starter was standard, allowing the car to be advertised as especially suitable for drivers of the lady.

There were two types of chassis: the C, which is also used for the C2 and the C3. They vary in length with the original type C/C2 measuring 2.25 metres (7 feet 5 inches) in length, and the 1925 C3 measures some 2.35 metres (7 feet 9 inches). The suspension used inverted springs elliptical quarter in the front and rear, braking was on the rear wheels only, controlled by a hand lever, and the transmission of the foot brake. The maximum speed was 60 km / h (37 mph) with a fuel consumption of 5 litres per 100 kilometres (56 mpg-imp; 47 mpg-Us).

Only open bodies were made with the original type C, often called the "Petit Citron" (little lemon), due to the fact that only available in yellow at first, as one of the most popular variants. The tourer C2 was a two-seater version, but the C3 was a three-seater "Trefle" (Cloverleaf) model of three-seater, with space for a single passenger in the rear. There were also C2 and C3 Convertibles made.

There was also a wide range of C2 and C3 with business models 32567 is building.

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Citroen. Sport. Cabrio 1925.

Citroen. Sport. Cabrio 1925.

BRAND: Citroën. 4-cylinder.

MODEL: Tourism. Sport.

DOCUMENTATION: IF. Available.

REGISTRATION: B-180??

TECHNICAL SHEET: If. Available.

STATE OF the CHASSIS: Good. No.: 58620.

ENGINE STATUS: In operation. Original. Not Tested.

YEAR: 1925.


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