Buses Trucks Fire + Rescue MAGIRUS (Deutz) Germany

Magirus-Deutz

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Magirus-Deutz vrachtwagen met luchtgekoelde Deutz dieselMagirus-deutz lkw 7 sst Rundhauber

Magirus-Deutz brandweertruck met luchtgekoelde Deutz diesel

Magirus-Deutz

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 was een Duitse fabrikant van brandweermaterieel, vrachtauto‘s en bussen.

Sinds 1936 onderdeel van het concern Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz (KHD) was het min of meer een directe afstammeling van het bedrijf opgericht door Nicolaus Otto.

1923 Magirus Fire Engine Model Bayern

1923 Magirus Fire Engine Model Bayern

Magirus is legendarisch geworden als fabrikant van allerhande brandweermaterieel, met name de autoladders zijn wereldwijd bekend. Later werden ook met luchtgekoelde Deutz Dieselmotoren uitgeruste vrachtwagens en bussen geproduceerd. Fameus zijn de rundhaubers en eckhaubers die men door het karakteristieke geluid van de luchtgekoelde Deutz motor al van verre kon horen aankomen.

1923 Gasmotoren Fabrik Deutz

1923 Gasmotoren Fabrik Deutz

Magirus

Magirus GmbH
Type GmbH
Industry Automotive
Founded 1866 (As Magirus Kommanditist)
1974 (Magirus Deutz)
1983 (Iveco Magirus)
Founder(s) Conrad Dietrich Magirus
Headquarters UlmBaden-Württemberg, Germany
Number of locations Production locations:
Germany:Ulm
Austria:Graz
France: Chambéry
Italy: Brescia
Area served Worldwide
Key people
Products Trucks
Operating income Decrease €1.042 billion (2009)
Owner(s) CNH Global
Employees 2,100 (2009)
Parent Iveco
Website www.magirusgroup.com

Magirus GmbH is a truck manufacturer based in Ulm, Germany, founded by Conrad Dietrich Magirus (1824–1895). The company began manufacturing fire-fighting vehicles in 1866. In the late 1910s, it started the production of trucks and buses. These vehicles developed a reputation for high engineering standards, able to operate under the most arduous conditions.

Anhaengeleiter Magirus

The company also invented the turntable ladder, as Magirus Leiter, which quickly became an essential item of fire brigade equipment worldwide.

Deutz Logo

The parent company was Klöckner Humboldt Deutz AG, maker of the well-known Deutz engines, so the brand commonly used was Magirus Deutz, and for a short time Klöckner. The logo of Magirus Deutz was a stylised M with a sharp, long center point to represent the tower of the Ulm Cathedral.

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In 1975, Magirus was purchased by Iveco which continued producing some Magirus trucks for a short while under the name “Iveco Magirus” before abandoning it completely in most countries. However, Iveco trucks were sold under the Magirus brand in Germany and other European and Middle Eastern markets until the end of the 1980s. Today, the Magirus brand is only used for the company’s firefighting equipment section, not for the whole fleet of manufactured trucks.

Feuerwehr Gruppe Magirus Deutz-Löschzug Hermeskeil

Iveco Magirus is one of the leading manufacturers of fire fighting equipment. The underpinnings for the line of fire fighting trucks are primarily Iveco’s own chassis designs and engines, but occasionally platforms from other truck manufacturers serve as the base for specialized or customized fire-fighting equipment layouts. With its Magirus brand turntable ladder, Iveco Magirus is the unrivalled global market leader by sales.

1921 Magirus Elefant und Magirus LF 15 1942

1921 Magirus Elefant und Magirus LF 15 1942

Most trucks from Magirus are also known as Magirus Deutz because the air-cooled engine came from the factory of Deutz AG. These engines are still being sold for agricultural and marine use.

Though seldom seen today, the Magirus company produced almost all of the early, movable ladders used in the construction of large, rigid airships in both the Germany and the United States. The multi-extension, wooden ladders were mounted on massively constructed, wooden carriage frames with a “fifth-wheel” style, forward axle assembly. Although it appeared to be designed for horses, the ladders could be easily moved by two men. The carriage was equipped with four, hand screw type “outriggers” that would resist the ladder from tipping. The ladder did not swivel on the carriage. It was elevated and extended only towards the front of the carriage. In the “working” position, the ladder had to be elevated to about an 80 degree angle in order to allow full extension to 85 feet. (I do not know what the maximum extended length of the largest wooden Magirus ladder was, but the ones used during the erection of the Goodyear-Zeppelin Corporation’s USS AKRON and USS MACON reached to 85 feet.)

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They can be seen, commonly, in early photographs of airships under construction in the 1920s and 1930s.

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Magirus bestaat binnen het Iveco concern nog als fabrikant van brandweervoertuigen.

Buses + more CITROËN II France

Buses CITROËN II France

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Another Blog about CITROËN. Yes, today all pictures without date. I do a call on you when you know more about this pictures,

tell me and your info will be used to make this blog more complete.

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Citroën – c35 minibus

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Citroën

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Citroën Besset

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Citroën NL

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Citroën bus op nieuwe Afsluitdijk NL

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ATO Citroën op Afsluitdijk NL

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Citroën 23 with coach work Robustacier © Xavier1999

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Citroën Bus NL

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Citroën 350 N Club Heuliez Belphégor

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Citroën 350 N Club Heuliez Belphégor

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Citroën 1600-Citroën H

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Citroën AggloBus

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Citroën Apeldoorn Stationsplein met wachthuisje voor de buspassagiers. Op de achtergrond Hotel Atlanta 40 NL

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Citroën autobus van de ATO naar ‘s Hertogenbosch op het station van Geldermalsen, 1936

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Citroën avec l’avant du 55

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Citroën

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Citroën Currus Brandweer bus

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Citroën Bruilofsbus

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Citroën

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Citroën Heuliez Bus NL

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Citroën bus in Belgium. Turnhout (B)

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Citroën bus in Knokke (B)

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Citroën Cardea bus

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Citroën bussen

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Citroën Currus Bussen

28 Citroën C 10

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Citroën Currus Brandweer Tank Bus

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Citroën C 14 to late for rescue

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Citroën C6 G 1 -Photo vue sur le site de Konrad  Auwärter

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Citroën C6 G1 N° 2 de 1932 de la ville de Lourdes

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CITROEN C6

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Citroën C14 avec panne

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Citroën C25 4×4

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Citroën C25 bus

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Citroën c25

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Citroën C25 Funeraire

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CITROEN C25 Minibus

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Citroën c25

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Citroën C25-corbillard

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CITROËN C35

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Citroën C35LD

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Citroën C35LD

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Citroën Cabriolet Bus

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Citroën CG14

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Citroen CH 14 Carrosserie Currus

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Citroën CH 14 hyfilca france

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CITROEN CH14 Catalogue

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Citroën ch14 diagramme

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Citroën de 1933, modèle C6G6 n°27 assurant la ligne K

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CITROËN DP 38 72

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Citroën Currus Frigéco

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Citroën H Van b

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Citroën Heuliez ^^

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Citroën Heuliez Carpentras

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Citroën Heuliez Schoolbus

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Citroën Heuliez

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Citroën H-type-32-04

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Citroën HW 14 bus

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Citroën HY 6 roues

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Citroën HY Ambulance

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Citroën HY Campeerbus Super

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Citroën HY Police

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Citroën HY Rijkspolitie TPW

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Citroën HY Rijkspolitie

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 Citroen Jumper 32MH 2.0i Comfort rolstoel bus

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CITROEN JUMPER COMBI CLUB 27 C 1.9 TD 92cv Jumper Diesel

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Citroen Jumpy FUNERAIRE LONG 230L HDI95

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Citroën Jumpy Kombi Océanic

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Citroën MAN Kusters

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Citroën rally

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Citroën RU 23 busmillau-courol © Xavier1999

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 Citroen SG.MB.73 Heuliez Comanch 24 seat

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Citroën t16

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Citroën TUB Ambulance

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Citroën TUB boekje

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Citroën Type 23 Courant s’air  La Sirene du Mississipi

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Citroën Type 23 Maroc

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Citroën logo wieldop

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Citroën Type 23 Police 1956

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Citroën Type 23 Police

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CITROEN TYPE 23

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Citroën Type 32 Serié B

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Citroën U 55 Drouville Brandweer bus-wagen

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Citroën-type-H

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Citroën U 23

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Citroën U23 Corbillard

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Citroën U23 Heuliez

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Citroën U23 minibus – busje nr 8 – max. 16 personen

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Citroën U23 Heuliez

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Citroen U23 Heuliez Robustacier

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Citroën U23 Corps La Salette Le Sactuaire

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Citroën U23

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Buses, ambulances, hearses CITROËN France I

Buses, ambulances, hearses CITROËN France

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logo design Citroen-H van-400

First I start with pictures with a date. The first Citroën’s are from 1905 but I couldn’t find pictures from Buses starting before 1915. Citroën started makeing buses in 1919.

Enjoy your watch:

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1919 Citroën

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1919 Citroën

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1926 Citroën s van de LTM

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1935 Citroën Amersfoort NL

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1935 Citroën Kerklaan met bushalte van de stadsdienst Robart NL

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1930 Citroën

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1930 Citroën

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1931 Citroën Transports C6G1 bus au garage et ateliers à Paris

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1932 Citroën C5G – Verheul, Waddinxveen A’dam

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1932 Citroën C6 G-car-1

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1932 Citroën C6 serie G 1932-car-2

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1932 Citroën C6G1  Lourdes

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1932 Citroën C6G1 6cyl 2650cc

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1932 Citroën CG6i  France

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1933 Citroën bedrijfsauto, autobus

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1933 Citroën C6 Long

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1934 Citroën carr. Postma Rottevalle B-17573 NL

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1934 Citroën Lijn L Bus 17 Buisloterweg A’dam NL

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1934 Citroën mcr

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1934 Citroën Type 11U 4cyl 1911cc

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1935 Citroën RC40 Den Oudsten-Domburg ATO-06 NL

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1935 Citroën type 32 bus

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1935 Citroën-bus 28 zitplaatsen VAD 012 NL

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1936 Citroën U23 bus

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1936 Citroën U23 bus

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1936 Citroën U32

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1937 Citroën Type 23 Besset

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1938 Citroën T23 – van Leersum – ETAO 2

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1939 Citroën C59 – Verheul, Waddinxveen Adam bus serie 21 NL

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1938 Citroën, type T23 van Leersum NL

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1939 Citroën Hainje NL

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1941 CITROËN TUB © Bobby Diffusion

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1941 Citroën Type 23 RU Tahitian

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1942 Citroën Bus

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1942 Citroën bus

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1945 Citroën TC sur RN3 vers Claye-Souilly

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Citroën-old-logo

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1946 Citroën 23RU Belle Clot body

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1947 Citroën 23Ru Besset body

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1947 Citroën 23RU

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1947 Citroën autobus type U23

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1947 Citröen bus

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1947 Citroën U23

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1947 Citroën U23

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1947 Citroën U23

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1948 Citroen 23RU 18 seat Decazeville body

1948 Citroën Type H Politi

1948 Citroën Type H Politi

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1950 CITROËN P45 UADI

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1951 Citroën 23RU Cardea body VM50

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1951 Citröen car Type 23RU

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1952 CITROEN HY Carrosserie Le Bastard

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1952 Citroën Type 23 in Monsieur Leguignon, lampiste

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1952 Citroën HY Corbillard Funeral

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1951 Citröen car Type 23RU

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1953 Citroën A46

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1953 Citroën A46

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1953 Citroën U23 RU

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1953 Citroën U55 Cityrama Currus

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1954 Citroën Type H

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1955 Citroën Type H Car Le Bastard

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1956 Citroën 23 SUZE

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1957 Citroën Type H Currus

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1957 Citroën Type H Currus

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1959 Citroën U23 HZ Heuliez

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1960 Citroën HY Produits laitiers Le Bastard

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1960 Citroën TC

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1969 Citroen HY Ambulance

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 Citroën HY Ambulance

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1969 Citroën hy10 Ambulance Brandweer

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1969 Citroën hy-ambulance NL

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1969 Citroën Type HY

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1969 Citroën HY Société Currus Camper

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1970 CITROËN CURRUS

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1979 Citroën C35 corbillard

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1989 CITROËN C35 DURISOTTI

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2004 Citroen Jumpy 2.0 16v comfort 8-9 p aut Bus

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2007 Citroen Jumpy 2.0 1 comfort 94kW Bus

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2008 CITROËN JUMPER 17 +1 SUPER COACH

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2011 Citroen Jumper Combi Club 33 L2H2 HDi 110 – 4-doors

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Till so far the pictures with date

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