I think this is my favourite car of all time, a car that usually demands a high price when it's offered on eBay. But this 1970s Citroen DS is up for more modest money.
If you need a project for the summer, you could always spend your time bringing this 1970s Citroen DS back to showroom standard.
Looking for a project as winter approaches? This 1972 Citroen DS could be it.
Not as sharp as the 1969 version we featured a while back, but this isn't in the same condition. Not that we're writing it off – the car still has a lot going for it – and is ready to go if you want it for the daily commute.
Just 'wow'. This is the car of my dreams – and this 1969 Citroen DS is on eBay right now.
It's a stunning version of a stunning car, with this late '60s DS in 'Midnight Blue' apparently only clocking 48,000km from new, which is approximately 31,000 miles). I think you can work out that it's well under 1,000 miles per year, which might account for the original 'Black Pallas' leather interior still being very much intact.
Also worth noting is that the hydraulic system has just been refurbished, which is always a concern on a used one of these. It's left-hand drive though, which might put a few people off. Described as 'immaculate', you can see why from the many images on the site. The price for this classic is £10,999.
As far back as 2007 we were showing our love for the Citroen DS in this site. These stunning motors get rarer by the year, but they do occasionally crop up on eBay – as is the case with this 1968 Citroen DS ID19 car.
The ID series was a more simplified version of the DS, lacking the power steering and some of the hydraulic controls of the original, but still sharing that stunning and iconic exterior.
I was just reviewing an old horror movie on another of our sites and finding myself appreciating the Citroen DS that was used in one scene. So I opened up eBay, hunt around and found this 1970s Citroen DS available for auction.
According to the seller, this particular model is from 1974, with 100,000 miles on the clock and imported originally from Italy. The idea was to do it up, some of which was done to the tune of £1,600 from an established DS workshop. However, some work is needed to upgrade the interior and bodywork – but mechanically it's said to run just fine with both tax and MOT in place.
The 2.2-litre engine might drink petrol, but there's no denying that this is a head-turner and a genuine classic. Right now, bidding is at £1,119.