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1972 Citroën D Special Solido 1:18 Model Collectible Car

N$1,140.90
N$828.75 Non-Member
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Sale Online Only

1972 Citroën D Special Solido 1:18 Model Collectible Car

N$1,140.90
N$828.75 Non-Member
N$745.88 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  White

Size:  One Size

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This diecast metal model represents a 1972 Citroën D Special, a type of car that caused shock waves across the industry when the Citroën DS debuted in 1955 at a show in Paris. It brought original ideas to the market, most notably its hydropneumatics suspension. Years later, the head of Citroën simplified the car and added ID to the name. By 1970, it became the Citroën D Special and had earned its reputation as a legend of the car industry. This miniature 1972 Citroën D Special Model Collectible is made on a scale of 1:18 and measures 3.95h x 10.25w x 3.55"d. It’s made for collectors and is not intended for children. A 1973 Citroën DS 23 sedan is in MoMA’s collection.

  • Size
    3.95h x 10.25w x 3.55"d
  • Material
    Diecast Metal
  • Year of Design
    1955
  • Origin
    Bangladesh
  • Warning
    Choking Hazard — Item contains small parts. Not for children under 3.
  • This item is final sale and non-returnable.

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Why We Chose This
Made for serious collectors of miniature cars, we chose these designs to commemorate MoMA's exhibition Automania, on view through January 2, 2022. Several of the vehicles represented by these miniatures are on display in the show and are represented in the Museum's collection, including the Airstream Bambi, the Fiat 500f and the Porsche 911 RSR.

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