CITROEN DS & ID 1955-1975
In the 20 years of production there were innumerable combinations of the saloon, estate and Drophead with a wide choice of engine, gearbox and finish. 1966 brought the cessation of the CKD production at Slough, later cars being imported direct from France. A major body change occurred in 1967 when the headlights were faired in with plastic covers, and in 1969 the fuel injected DS21 was launched. In Britain the end of the D came officially in April 1975. This is a book on contemporary road and comparison tests, specification and technical data, model introductions, buying guide and historical overview. Models covered include: DS19, ID19, ID19 de Luxe, Connaught ID, Wagon, Safari, GT, DW, DSM, ID Super, Pallas M, DS21 Pallas, ID20 Berline Confort, D19 Special, DS23 Pallas Efi. 100 pages, 250 illus.