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Old 07-01-2005, 05:08 PM   #1
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Old 07-01-2005, 06:16 PM   #2
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Both are great.

One of the best bumper stickers I've ever seen was on a Citroen DS (the big sedan which is very rare to see in the US).

"I think your car looks funny too"

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Originally Posted by riskaverse
Both are great.

One of the best bumper stickers I've ever seen was on a Citroen DS (the big sedan which is very rare to see in the US)."I think your car looks funny too"
I had one of these. DS21 Pallas as I remember. Terrible car with respect to reliability, but really fun. I rebuilt the engine and was amazed at the size of the bearing journals. Everything looked like it was out of a John Deere tractor.

The finish was awful, but to this day I think it is the prettiest car I have ever seen. Love to watch French movies just to see them go down the road.

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