|Berline 5 places
|835 666 exemplaires
|22 Juin 1966
|1 911 cm2
|74 ch DIN
|Mécanique à 4 rapports
|L : 4,80 m - l : 1,79 m
|39 000 km
|85 000 €
Citroën ID 19 1966
The 7th of October 1955 was a historic day for Citroën. The first day of the Paris Motor Show saw the presentation of the new Citroën DS, which had the onerous task of replacing the legendary Traction Avant. It used the same mechanical underpinnings but otherwise the DS was a revolutionary car. Its body panels, which could be entirely unbolted, were like no other. Its long streamlined bonnet, wide front track and V-shaped waistline gave it a unique appearance. Technically, a hydraulic pump powered the braking system, steering and suspension. The suspension offered an extraordinary level of smoothness, comfort and roadholding. Its hydraulic control made it possible to drive on three wheels without even noticing it.
During its long career spanning 20 years, it was only powered by four-cylinder engines, ranging from 1.9 to 2.3 litres. Citroën’s engineers were unable to develop a six-cylinder engine which could be installed under the bonnet. Nonetheless, it had excellent performance for a saloon of its time. Its roadholding made it far superior to its rivals when driven quickly. It famously saved General de Gaulle’s life when it escaped a hail of bullets with two punctured tyres during the assassination attempt at Le Petit-Clamart on 22 August 1962. The car was much appreciated by company bosses and high-mileage users for its exceptional handling. It also proved extremely popular and could be seen in many films. In particular, it enabled Fantômas, pursued by Inspector Juve, to make his escape. It was the DS too which tore along the twisting roads of the Val d’Isère, driven by Louis de Funès in the role of Septime in the film The Big Restaurant. It could also be seen in foreign television series such as The Mentalist in the United States. The DS was an international success.
In 1999, it was awarded third prize in the competition for “The Car of the Century”, demonstrating its fame and the interest it generated throughout the world. In 1957, a more basic version, called the ID, was introduced. The first versions were more simply finished and less luxurious. Rather than the hydraulic transmission, it had a four-speed manual gearbox. Later on, it was fitted with hydraulically-assisted brakes from 1962 and maximum power rose from 62 to 74 and then 78bhp. Its roof was made from painted fibreglass. In 1975, it was replaced by the CX, which did not enjoy the same success. Values of DS and ID saloons have soared in recent years. Often mistreated or poorly maintained, sometimes badly restored, there are few cars in good original condition left on the road. It is a rare treat to see one of them today.
The model offered for sale
The model presented here is an ID 19 Confort. It was delivered new in France on 22 June 1966 and has had only two owners. It is fitted with the optional power steering and therefore drives very much like a DS with manual transmission. The front seats have armrests and are adjustable; combined with the hydraulic suspension, they provide an outstanding level of comfort. This ID saloon has covered only 39,000km (24,200 miles) in the hands of two owners, making it an exceptional car. It has never been restored and is in perfect overall condition. Its greyish white paintwork is entirely original, as is its cloth interior. The underbody is perfect and there is no sign of any corrosion.To find any car in this condition is exceptionally rare; in the case of an ID, it is unique.
The car has been fully serviced and runs faultlessly. Its condition and low mileage make it very pleasant to drive. The suspension – which remains as smooth as ever – and the engine are original. It is one of the finest IDs on the market, in perfect original condition and with a very low mileage. It is worthy of a place in any collection of rare motorcars. It will be sold with a 12–month guarantee.
For a vehicle of85000 € Bring17000 € Amount Borrowed68000 € Durée144 month Duration703.26 € Total cost of credit33269.44 € Of which administrative fees1360 € Of which interest31909.44 € Fixed borrowing rate6.73 % Fixed TAEG7.34 % Total amount due101269.44 €
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For a purchase of 85000€ with a contribution of 17000€ and an accessory credit for a sale of 68000€ over 144 months at the Fixed Global Effective Annual Rate of 7.34%, (fixed borrowing rate: 6.73%) you will repay 144 monthly installments of 703.26€ , interest: 31909.44€, administrative costs: 1360€.
Total amount due: 101269.44€
The monthly cost of the optional Death, Total and Irreversible Loss of Autonomy, Total Temporary Incapacity for Work insurance (taken out with Cardif Assurance Vie – S.A with capital of €719,167,488 - 732 028 154 RCS Paris and Cardif Assurances Risques Divers – S.A with capital of €21,602,240 - 308 896 547 RCS Paris - Head office 1, Bd Haussmann 75009 Paris. Companies governed by the insurance code) is 91.8€ and can be added to the amount of the monthly payment. The total cost of this optional insurance is 13219.2€. The Effective Annual Rate of this insurance is: 2.6%. Details of the conditions and limits of guarantee available in the manual on request.
Offer for a purchase and an accessory loan to a sale from €6,000 borrowed repayable over a period of 25 months to 72 months for the purchase of a used vehicle less than 30 years old and over a period of 25 months to 144 months for the purchase of a used vehicle over 30 years old. Fixed Global Effective Annual Rate : 7.34 %. Subject to acceptance of the file by BNP Paribas Personal Finance, credit institution: 1 bd Haussmann 75 009 Paris, SA with capital of €561,882,202, 542 097 902 RCS Paris, N°ORIAS: 07 023 128 (www.orias .Fr).
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