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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 Birotor 1974 (28832 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)

* GS Cimos/1980 (32 km)

* GSA Pallas /1980 (29457 Km)

* GSA X3 from 1981 (4874 Km)

* GSA Spécial /1981 (19759 Km)

* GSA Tuner/1982 (119130 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)

* GSA Chic/1985 (16640 Km)

* GS Birotor /1974 (29766 Km)

* GS Birotor /1974 (28832 Km)


G Super 1,3 CIMOS             
KM : 32 !
YEAR: 06/1980
COLOUR: Beige Névada                                                                                      


1.3 litre, flat-four ‘Boxer’ engine, air-cooled. 65 horsepower. 155km/hr.
4 speed gearbox. Fuel consumption of 8 litres/100km.
‘Super’ trim level : never offered on the GS in France, only on GS manufactured by the Cimos company in Yugoslavia.
The GS Cimos is easily identified by 4 round headlights. The upholstery is also specific to the car and locally made, along with floor mats, tyres made by the manufacturer Sava, battery and tool kit made in Yugoslavia (see photo).
Cimos is the result of an agreement between Citroen and the Tomos company to make Citroen cars in Yugoslavia. The collaboration will utilise the CKD (‘complete knocked down’) technique, used for exporting products that are not yet assembled. Thus, the engines were delivered from France without oil, hence the label attached (see photo), in order to avoid damage (from experience).
The Cimos factories assembled the Ami8, 2CV6, GS and Dyane (under the name Diana). From 1981, Cimos built the Dak and Geri with parts from Citroen in France and manufactured some specific parts for these models themselves.
There was tension between the two companies and this led to the end of the collaboration in 1985.
Around 15,000 GS Cimos were produced.


In 1980, the Somek brothers from Zagreb decided to buy together a new GS. The car was ordered, paid for and delivered. So far, so good.
On the other hand, when it was necessary to apply for a registration certificate, the surname was not a problem but the two brothers would not accept the first name of the other one on the form ! In Yugoslavia, the authorities allowed one named owner only.  
The quarrel lasted for forty years. When they died in the 2020s, the car was still unregistered, they had never used it. A Dutch dealer bought the GS and sold on to me at the start of 2022. The body work had been preserved from corrosion, but the condition under the bonnet was terrible. I set about a complete mechanical overhaul over several months, to end up with an appearance close to how it left the factory.


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