The Citroen 11CV Legre Traction Avante Roadster Light 15 Cabriolet 1939 is a classic French car with a timeless classic charm. This vehicle, crafted by the French automaker Citroen, is the epitome of vintage elegance. Its sleek design features sleek lines and curves giving off a distinct nature that will appreciate any car enthusiast. The car is painted in an off-white colour, giving it a sophisticated appearance, and the long hood lines follow the bends of the body to enhance its grace. The interior is built with leather seats creating an air of luxury, and the dashboard is decked out with original instruments. The original dials have been refurbished to make it look as good as new. The handling is smooth and comfortable, with top speeds reaching a maximum of 75 mph. It can reach these speeds without hesitation thanks to its four-cylinder, 11CV engine that has been well maintained over the years. In addition, the cabriolet is equipped with a light 15 cabriolet top, allowing you to customize the look of the car and for easy transportation if it is a sunny day. The traditional look and demure nature of this vehicle make it a perfect representation of the saying, if it aint broke, dont fix it. It was the first mass-produced front-wheel-drive car ever made and its efficiency and design are timeless. This car is a true classic and proud owner can be assured that they made a wise investment in a timeless piece of automotive history.
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