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1982 Citroën GSA Pallas

1982 Citroën GSA in Erscheinen Pflicht, Movie, 1984 IMDB

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: FR — Made for: DDR

1982 Citroën GSA Pallas

[*] Background vehicle

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atom SE

2009-10-04 01:48

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I guess the badge reads GSA Pallas.

DynaMike NL

2009-10-04 12:22

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In 1980 500 GSA were sold in the GDR, and in 1982 another 5000, all 5500 were Pallas. By the badges this is a 1982 version. They were sold by IFA and cost 38.850 Mark. Only the Volvo 244 DLS was more expensive (42.000 Mark, ca 1000 were sold).
These 1982 GSA were similar to French models, except for a 'longer' 5-speed transmission, a Philips radio and a rear view mirror on the right. I guess the chrome strips next to the license plate are a private accessory.

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-10-04 13:09

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We have Pallas as part of the model name (not just extra info) for other entries:
/vehicles_make-Citro%EBn_model-GSA+Pallas.html

On the subject of GSA Pallas in East Germany, we have six just from Polizeiruf 110. :)
/vehicle_106184-Citroen-GSA-Pallas-1980.html
/vehicle_45302-Citroen-GSA-Pallas-1981.html
/vehicle_96616-Citroen-GSA-Pallas-1981.html
/vehicle_99655-Citroen-GSA-Pallas-1981.html
/vehicle_106185-Citroen-GSA-Pallas-1981.html
/vehicle_106186-Citroen-GSA-Pallas-1981.html

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antp BE

2009-10-05 15:25

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Gag Halfrunt wrote We have Pallas as part of the model name (not just extra info) for other entries:

And I do not know why

DynaMike NL

2009-10-05 19:09

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Maybe it is OK for the GDR models, since this was the only version available over there.

antp BE

2009-10-05 20:47

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It is still the trim name, even if only one available...

DynaMike NL

2009-10-05 21:05

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OK, I'll change them.

ingo DE

2009-10-12 15:09

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One "made for GDR" Citroen GSA for sale: Link to "cgi.ebay.de"

@DIEHARD, DynaMike: something for you?

DynaMike NL

2009-10-12 19:38

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Thanks, Ingo! Yes, that would be very nice for me as lover of French cars and German history... But I'm not very glad about all that rust :/

chicomarx BE

2009-10-12 22:18

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"Fahrerseite Tür links gut ohne Rost"

It's worrying if the seller starts to sum up places that don't have rust.

"kleine halbe cm Rostflecken"... :D It's a wreck. The whole side is rusted away.

ingo DE

2009-10-13 06:37

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Have you seen the last pic? I'm sure, this is not an unique situation there.

Only the car's history could perhaps be a reason to keep the car. "Re Kotflügel ein Euro großes Rostbläschen" - a rust-bubble in the right fender, as big as an 1 €-coin. A bubble, not a hole. If you will pick there with a screwdriver, the hole will be as big as a 50 €-bill. A not folded bill.

Lovely to use the diminutive "Bläschen" - "tiny little bubble" for that. Elegant understatement. :D

ingo DE

2009-10-13 11:26

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Isn't that GSA in the background annother "made for DDR" one:
Link to "einestages.spiegel.de"

This article is about GDR-jokes, the picture an original one from the 80ies, a failed try of escaping from the GDR.

chicomarx BE

2009-10-14 22:24

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That picture comes up black for me, ingo. Strangely 11 and 13 work.

I always think I'd escape the GDR almost immediately. How hard could it be. :D

DIEHARD NL

2009-12-29 20:37

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DynaMike wrote In 1980 500 GSA were sold in the GDR, and in 1982 another 5000, all 5500 were Pallas. By the badges this is a 1982 version. They were sold by IFA and cost 38.850 Mark. Only the Volvo 244 DLS was more expensive (42.000 Mark, ca 1000 were sold).
These 1982 GSA were similar to French models, except for a 'longer' 5-speed transmission, a Philips radio and a rear view mirror on the right. I guess the chrome strips next to the license plate are a private accessory.


And this car has a Rear spoiler, also an accessory

DIEHARD NL

2009-12-29 20:39

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ingo wrote One "made for GDR" Citroen GSA for sale: Link to "cgi.ebay.de"

@DIEHARD, DynaMike: something for you?


Thanks, but I have enough cars at the moment. Also there not so seldom aswell. Since quite a few where well preserved by they're GDR owners and still exist nowadays...

ingo DE

2010-03-25 22:49

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Dear Mr.admin, I beg your pardon for a half off-topic-direction. :D

@DIEHARD, @DonSergioMorello, @DynaMike :hello: Maybe you know, that in 13 days this event will be hold:
http://www.siha.de/tce_uk.php?m=5&ms=1

I just have read, that on Sat and Sun the Citroen-clubs (top floor in 9.1) will have a special guest. Monsieur Robert Opron will be there. And he will bring some clay-models with him.

@chicomarx: at that a restoration-team will start with a remake of the 1963' Erik Carlsson-96.


Is anyone interested to come there? If yes, let me know, maybe we can make the next try of a IMCDB-user-meeting. And maybe I can smuggle someone inside for free. We are back again, as Volkswagen is sponsoring our club with a prestentation-stand (only our club). My friend Mario has some connections.
Yes, we always hold a distance to VW for some reasons, but never look a gift horse in the mouth... ;)

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antp BE

2010-03-26 17:01

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why not just post a link to a forum topic you made, in such case? :p Else you'll also get off-topic replies here

ingo DE

2010-03-28 12:52

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O.k., for your reassurance, I've copied it. ;)

I thought, that it's better to sustain some off topic answers, than to be annoyed later on, because of missing advanced informations about potential interesting catches for the own collection. :p

ingo DE

2012-05-31 22:11

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@Citroen-fans: now there's a club/register for these GSA's: http://www.citroen-gsa.de/stammtisch2012.htm

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