1952 CITROËN TRACTION AVANT 15CV

QUEEN OF THE ROAD

1952 CITROËN TRACTION AVANT 15CV

QUEEN OF THE ROAD

Production Years: 1938-1955
Country: France
Number Produced: 47,882

Designed by André Lefèbvre and Flaminio Bertoni in 1938, the 15/6 version was mostly manufactured after the war. Phase out began in 1953 with the arrival of the DS.

Nicknames include ‘Traction Avant’ and ‘Queen of the Road’ with ride, handling and performance that would be considered excellent by today’s standards.

A favorite of the French government and Charles de Gaulle, it was also the highly regarded getaway car of French gangsters.

Learn more about the 1952 Citroën 15CV on Wikipedia

 

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