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1965 CitroŽn ID 19 Familiale

1965 CitroŽn ID 19 Familiale in Stahlnetz - Der fŁnfte Mann, Movie made for TV, 1966 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: FR

1965 CitroŽn ID 19 Familiale

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Ralph DE

2007-04-06 12:01

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Nikodemus FI

2007-04-06 13:03

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CitroŽn DS Break

Full name may include "DS20" or "ID" or something...

DynaMike NL

2007-04-06 13:25

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Parallel whipers and narrow air intakes under the bumper: 1965 ID 19 F.

sixcyl FR

2007-04-07 00:22

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Where does this "F" come from?.. :??: never seen that, is it a german designation?

DynaMike NL

2007-04-07 00:33

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Very good question... :/ Found it in Jan de Lange's "De Snoek - CitroŽn ID/DS in Nederland". Normally, Jan de Lange is very well informed, but it's true, I couldn't find this "F" in Renť Bellu "Toutes les CiroŽn". So it's probably just a Jan-de-Lange-typification or typical dutch... But anyhow, it might be better to call this car a 1965 CitroŽn IF 19 Break (without "F").

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sixcyl FR

2007-04-07 00:40

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DynaMike wrote ... CitroŽn IF 19 Break (without "F").


IF 19 not ID 19 then? :D

Well, R.BELLU "Toutes les Citroen" is quite well informed too, though it can happens some lacks sometimes :/ ... maybe the F was for Familiale in some other markets like Holland or Germany, who knows :think:

DynaMike NL

2007-04-07 00:51

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Who knows? but I made a mistake, writing IF 19 Break instead of ID 19 Break, as you will have noticed...

antp BE

2007-04-07 15:44

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sixcyl wrote maybe the F was for Familiale in some other markets like Holland or Germany, who knows

But it should replace "Break" then? Or do we just remove the "F" as it is not sure?

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