The Citroen "cool picture" thread

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Re: The Citroen "cool picture" thread

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Thumbing through a bike magazine in a trendy shop in Brighton yesterday, I came across a picture and thought "cool" (well actually as I'm over 25, I thought "That's a good picture") so I thought I'd post it here.

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Wonder what race that was? Looks like it might have been a Dutch one going on the bit of number plate we can see...

I've a few lavishly illustrated Tour de France books... I must scan up some pictures with interesting French cars in them... There's a few ;)

Also, a few cyclists wearing Citroen Chevrons on their shorts...
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We have yellow plates both in the front and on the back. At least the official ones....
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furriegurrie wrote: 23 Feb 2018, 07:16 We have yellow plates both in the front and on the back. At least the official ones....


Ahh, that's blown my theory then :lol:

I must do a bit of Sherlock Holmes on this. There's enough clues in that picture to start off a bit of research... It'll niggle me now until I've solved it!
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Have you worked it out, Jim?

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CitroJim wrote: 23 Feb 2018, 06:24 Wonder what race that was? Looks like it might have been a Dutch one going on the bit of number plate we can see...

I've a few lavishly illustrated Tour de France books... I must scan up some pictures with interesting French cars in them... There's a few ;)

Also, a few cyclists wearing Citroen Chevrons on their shorts...

Lance Armstrong Oslo 1993 UCI Road World Championships
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Lance Armstrong Oslo 1993 UCI Road World Championships

Was the Citroen a bulk pharmaceutical transporter ?
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I got busy and it passed me by sadly - so often with me plans get disrupted and less critical ones get dropped...
Fake Concern wrote: 24 Feb 2018, 23:30
CitroJim wrote: 23 Feb 2018, 06:24 Wonder what race that was? Looks like it might have been a Dutch one going on the bit of number plate we can see...

I've a few lavishly illustrated Tour de France books... I must scan up some pictures with interesting French cars in them... There's a few ;)

Also, a few cyclists wearing Citroen Chevrons on their shorts...

Lance Armstrong Oslo 1993 UCI Road World Championships


Excellent :D Interesting that a French car would be used in Oslo... One would have thought a Scandinavian car would have been used...

Stickyfinger wrote: 25 Feb 2018, 00:38 Was the Citroen a bulk pharmaceutical transporter ?
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