Classic car dealership VSOC from the Netherlands is currently selling a super rare Citroen DS 21 Decapotable, produced in 1968.

Classic car dealership VSOC from the Netherlands is currently selling a super rare Citroen DS 21 Decapotable, produced in 1968.

The vehicle is finished in Arctic Blue and was imported from Canada to Holland in 1993. It was then excellently restored by a Citroën specialist with 500 hours spent on the bodywork. The engine was also rebuilt and the seller says the car now runs and drives very well.

This French classic is equipped with a 2.2-liter overhead-valve four-cylinder engine with Weber two-barrel carburetor. It also features a four-speed semi-automatic transmission, front and rear independent adjustable self-leveling suspension and hydraulic front disc and rear drum brakes.

The classic car seller is currently asking 155,000 EUR ($210,000) for this beauty of which only 95 were ever built.

DS convertibles are still considered the rarest and most collectable of all DS variants. The cars were produced in small series by French carrossier Henri Chapron.

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