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CITROEN SM: ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF AN ICON


Many books have been written about the Citroën SM, detailing its development, documenting its technological excesses but dodging the circumstances of its demise. This very interesting 173-page... Read more
Publisher: Reg Winstone
Language: English
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Many books have been written about the Citroën SM, detailing its development, documenting its technological excesses but dodging the circumstances of its demise.

This very interesting 173-page book by Stuart Ager - richly illustrated in full colour with many specially commissioned images - is about the Citroën SM, yet not about the Citroën SM.

It is a book about the political and business climate in France during the late 1960s and 1970s and how this affected Citroën as a company, ultimately resulting in a very good car being killed off in its prime.

Stuart has gathered together snippets of information gleaned from numerous sources to build a complete picture of how and why Citroën made the decisions it did in that period and surmised how it could have been very different.

Product specification

Binding
In hardback
Pages
174
ISBN / EAN
9781527250239
Publisher
Reg Winstone
Languages
English
Publication date
11/2019
Dimensions
22 x 30 x 1,5 cm

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Book type or Series
History

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