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Guided Visit : GS

 

Our GS and GSA exposed

All the GS and GSA fulfill the requirements of very low mileage and absolute original condition.

* GS break club 1972 (58887 Km)

* GS Club /1972 (1946 Km)

* GS Pallas /1975 (36857 Km)

* GS Break Club /1976 (26739 Km)

* GS X2 /1976 (12885 Km)

* GS Pallas /1977 (23951 Km)

* GS C-Matic /1978 (20296 Km)

* G Special /1978 (10825 Km)

* GS Basalte/1978 (97250 Km)

* GSA Pallas /1980 (29457 Km)

* GSA X3 from 1981 (4874 Km)

* GSA Spécial /1981 (19759 Km)

* GSA Club /1982 (17390 Km)

* GSA C-Matic /1982 (7764 Km)

* GSA Break /1983 (24960 Km)

* GSA Cottage /1984 (15642 Km)

* GSA Spécial /1984 (41 Km)

* GS Birotor /1974 (29766 Km)

* GS Birotor /1974 (28832 Km)

 
 

GS Birotor de 1974 (29766 Km)

Colour:Brun Scarabé AC427
             Beige Tholonet AC085


MODEL:Rotary engine of 1990cc, 107CV (approx 104bhp) DIN at 6,500 rpm.3 speed gearbox with torque convertor. Maximum speed: 175km/hr. (approximately 109mph).After gaining experience with the M35 with a monorotor rotary engine, Citroen unveiled the GS with a birotor engine. 847 examples only were sold between March 74 and January 75. One can tell it apart from other GS models from the exterior with its larger wings, metallic grey wheel rims with unique hubcaps, stainless steel alloy exhaust pipe opening, monograms on the boot and front right wing,  registration plate mounted on a stainless steel plate. On the interior, the dashboard is of the Jaeger type, the seats have integrated head rests as on the GS X. Due to the drop in sales as a result of the great fuel consumption in the middle of the fuel crisis (more than 12 liters every 100kms) and a reputation of unreliability, Citroen offered a large fee to retrieve the cars. The registration certificates had to be returned to the prefectures and most of this type of GS ended up in the crusher by 1986.

HISTORY: During a Citroen main dealer meeting in 1976, the Citroen sales director for all of France offered my good friend Bernard Djozikian this GS Birotor which had no ‘Carte Grise’ and a defective engine. The GS waited in a corner of his garage: 30 years later, Bernard found a new engine. He was able to do an engine swap, with great care and respectful of originality. Then he succeeded in gaining a carte grise and finally was able to drive several hundred kilometres in the car. In 2011, Bernard took the decision to part from this rare GS and also his M35.  I was the first to be told.

 
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