Including the Tubik concept and a Traction Avant development vehicle.

[UPDATE] The cars have been sold, with the Tubik concept being the highest-grossing car by managing to fetch €33,000. The slides have been updated with the final prices. Full list attached below:

  • 1924 Type C 5 HP: €12,500;
  • 1929 C4 Berline Carrosserie Speciale: €4,500;
  • 1930 C4 Familiale: €4,000;
  • 1930 C4 Plateau: €7,000;
  • 1932 C4 Berline: €4,500;
  • 1933 Rosalie 10L: €5,000;
  • 1933 Rosalie 10 NH: €4,500;
  • 1953 Traction Avant 11 B Laboratory Vehicle: €12,500;
  • 1961 Ami 6: €8,000;
  • 1973 GS Phase 1: €10,000;
  • 1977 GSpecial Phase 2: €12,000;
  • 1979 Mehari 4x4 Verte: €23,000;
  • 1979 Mehari 4x4 Jaune: €18,000;
  • 1979 Visa Super: €6,000;
  • 1979 Mehari 4x4 Verte: €25,000;
  • 1980 FAF: €19,000;
  • 1980 CX Pallas Automatic Phase 1: €12,000;
  • 1980 Xenia concept: N/A;
  • 1981 Iltis: €9,000;
  • 1983 Eco 2000 concept: €8,500;
  • 1984 Eco 2000 SL 10 concept: €14,500;
  • 1990 BX GTI: €10,000;
  • 1990 XM Maquette Plexi: €4,500;
  • 1990 BX GTI Course Production Espagne: €16,000;
  • 1991 Citela concept: €13,000;
  • 1992 AX Mutine Three Door Phase 2: €7,000;
  • 1993 Xantia Berline 2.0 L 16V Phase 1: €6,000;
  • 1995 AX Electric: €2,800;
  • 1996 ZX Berline Reflex 1.9 D Phase 2: €6,000;
  • 1996 Berlingo VL Phase 1: €2,500;
  • 1996 Xantia Break Expo: €400;
  • 1997 Berlingo Grand Angle Sbarro: €8,000;
  • 1997 Xantia Activa V6: €14,000;
  • 1997 Xsara Berline 2.0 L Phase 1: €4,500;
  • 1998 Xsara Berline 2.0 L Phase 1 Dynalto: €3,600;
  • 1998 Xsara Break 1.5 D Phase 1: €3,500;
  • 1998 Xsara Berline 1.8 L Phase 1: €3,600;
  • 1999 Pluriel concept: €5,000;
  • 1999 Berlingo Flanerie Sbarro: €9,500;
  • 2000 Berlingo Taxi Sbarro: €7,000;
  • 2000 XM V6 Exclusive Phase 2: €30,000;
  • 2000 XM 2.5 TD Exclusive Phase 2: €7,000;
  • 2000 XM V6 Exclusive Phase 2: €11,000;
  • 2000 Xantia Berline Iran: €2,500;
  • 2001 Berlino Escapade Sbarro: €9,000;
  • 2001 Xantia Break Phase 2: €6,500;
  • 2001 Xsara Berline 1.6 L Phase 2: €5,000;
  • 2001 Xsara Picasso El Bicho Sbarro: €5,500;
  • 2001 Xsara Coupe VTR 1.6 L Phase 2: €6,500;
  • 2001 C5 Berline Phase 1: €8,000;
  • 2002 C8 Oxygene Sbarro: €8,050;
  • 2005 C3 Absolue: €4,500;
  • 2005 C4 Coupe R-Pur Sbarro: €11,000;
  • 2007 Jumpy Atlante Des Neiges: €16,000;
  • 2007 C2 Super 1600 Ogier 2008: €15,000;
  • 2007 C-Triomphe: €7,000;
  • 2008 C3 Picasso HDI Salon de Paris: €11,000;
  • 2009 DS 3 HDI 110: €12,500;
  • 2009 DS 3 HDI 90: €10,000;
  • 2010 Tubik concept: €33,000;
  • 2011 DS 3 OM THP 150: €12,000;
  • 2013 C Cactus concept: €4,000;
  • 2014 C-Elysee WTCC: €22,000;
  • 2014 C4 Cactus VTI 82 BMP6: €13,000;
  • 2014 C4 Cactus 1.6 HDI BMP6: €10,500.

Inaugurated in 2001, Citroën Conservatory located in Aulnay-sous-Bois contains more than 700 cars from all eras, ranging from 1919 to current times. The company with the double chevron logo is now selling 65 of these vehicles so that it won’t have to transport all of them next year when the largest collection of Citroëns will be moved. The remaining cars will be shipped to their new home located at L'Aventure Peugeot Citroën DS in Sochaux.

The 65 cars are going to be auctioned online on December 10 and with the money earned, Citroën says it will acquire more rare pieces to further strengthen its collection ahead of 2019 when the company will celebrate its centenary. The ones that will be up for grabs are mostly models of which the company has multiple examples, which means that by selling them it won't affect at all the firm's heritage. Some of them are concepts while others don’t have a VIN, meaning the buyers won’t be able to register them for road use. There are also a lot of pre-production car and a few rather interesting mockups.

It’s not just cars that will be available during the auction as Citroën will also sell other miscellaneous items, such as advertising posters, clothes, official photos, scale models, brochures, and even body panels belonging to various race cars. You can check out the entire inventory at the PDF below.

The photos of the slideshow have been ordered chronologically, starting with the 1924 Type C and ending with the 2014 C4 Cactus.

Source: Leclere Motorcars

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