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German use of Citroën Traction coupé (faux-cabriolet)??

June 9 2017 at 4:08 AM
Bart De Pauw  (Login bedepee)
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As the Germans used almost every type of French car.
Are there any photos of the Citroën Traction coupé (faux cabriolet) in German use?

 
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Alasdair Johnston
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this ?

June 9 2017, 7:07 PM 



    
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Bart De Pauw
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Nice photo, but....

June 11 2017, 3:25 AM 

Your photo shows the full cabriolet version, not the coupe.
An interesting photo also, they even added the tire pressure parkings above the wheels!
Thanks for posting!

 
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