Dating to late 1969 (but with detailing similar to models from 1970), it started life in Italy (so left-hand drive), but is now UK registered. The seller thinks that there have been just two owners over the years too. Which perhaps accounts for the wonderful condition of the vehicle.
The colours are original both inside and out, there is no rust evident and the seller claims that the car has a ‘major service’ in Italy around 3,000km ago, including the fuel system and the hydraulics.
Inside is said to be in ‘quite delightful original condition’, with the cloth and carpets unmarked. You even get a full set of tools to go with it. Yes, it is that original.
The downside? Well, for the potential buyer it is probably the asking price. The seller wants £14,995 for this, with no mention of an offer being available. So no bargain to be had here.
On the plus side, if you like a project, there’s a 1973 Citroen DS on eBay in need of some work with a current price of £2,750. Check that out here.