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Guided Visit : AMI


Our AMI exposed

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

* AMI 6 /1963 (8546 Km)

* AMI 6 /1965 (17866 Km)

* AMI 6 /1966 (5236 Km)

* AMI 6 Club/1969 (47102 Km)

* AMI 6 Break /1969 (17742 Km)

* AMI 6 Break /1969 (38038 Km)

* AMI 8 Club /1972 (644 Km)

* AMI 8 /1973 (1412 Km)

* AMI Super Club /1973(11225Km)

* AMI Super confort/1973 (2204Km)

* AMI 8 Break /1974 (7048 Km)

* AMI Super /1975 (40831 Km)

* AMI Super /1975 (16936 Km)


Ami Super Confort de 1973.
2204 Km

Colour: Bleu Grignan AC 636

MODEL: Bodywork of the Ami 8 combined with the first engine/gearbox combination from the GS.

4 horizontally opposed (boxer) air cooled cylinders of 1015cc . 61Ch (about 58bhp). 6CV for taxation.
Front disc brakes. Top speed 140km/hr.

Exterior differences from the Ami 8:

1. Horizontal lines on the front grille.
2. Ventilation grilles for improved cooling of the 4 cylinders.
3. Strengthened chassis and unique suspension.
4. Gear stick is on the floor

The Ami Super is on the market from 1973 to 1976 in 4 versions: saloon, estate, ‘Commerciale’ and ‘Service’.

The saloon is here in the lower trim called Confort.

The 1973 model had some specific differences:
The wheels were those from the Ami 8, becoming slotted from 1974
The bodywork and hubcaps are not yet adorned with a black band
The front right wing has the motif ‘1015’ which will be replaced by ‘Ami Super’

Options present here: Metallic paint and separate front seats.

Production total from 1973 to 1976 – 44,820 examples

HISTORY: Louis Wassmer worked to the Fessenheim nuclear power station. He had always owned 2CV’s, up to the time that Citroen launched the Ami Super in 1973. He allowed himself to be convinced by the local Citroen dealer to order one of the bottom of the range models. But once in possession of the car, he realized that it did not suit him. He was not able to get used to the floor mounted gearchange and the reversed gear shift pattern. He drives no more than 2000km by 1980! He goes out in it sometimes on a Saturday or Sunday to go shopping.

In 1980, he goes back to his first love and purchases a 2CV AZAM of 1966, which was in good condition despite already being 14 years old. He uses this car in place of the Ami Super but without driving an enormous amount. He does not get rid of the Ami Super but keeps it well protected. Several years before his death, the 2CV and Ami Super are placed in a garage 30kms from his home.

After the death of the gentleman in 2012 at the age of 83 years, his nephew inherits the Ami Super as no one else wanted it. He gets it back to being roadworthy but as he is heading to the United States, he has the good idea of asking to place the car at the home of my friend Etienne Musslin, chief editor of the excellent magazine ‘Planet 2CV’. Etienne knows of my museum and knowing the way I work, he realizes it is the best destination for this car.


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