Citroen DS ID 1955 - 1967 Convertible Cabriolet Reserved Parking Only Sign
Citroen DS ID 1955 - 1967 Convertible Cabriolet Aluminum Parking Sign
The DS 19 was introduced in October 1955 at the Paris Motor Show following more than 18 years of covert development. At the same time, designer Flaminio Bertoni planned a convertible, but the idea never materialized. Coachbuilder Henry Chapron created the 'La Croisette' cabriolet, named for the promenade in Cannes, in 1958. Citroen, however, refused to sell Chapron separate chassis, so he was reduced to buying complete car and dismantling them and converting them to convertibles. The firm later relented and had Chapron build 'Usine,' or factory cabriolets, in 1961. Chapron, however, continued making his own custom body styles. In all, there were 1,365 factory cabriolets built and Citroen was still receiving orders long after official production ceased in 1971, with the last cabriolet completed in 1978.
Make it clear: Your Citroen DS ID 1955 - 1967 Convertible Cabriolet deserve a reserved parking spot in your garage! Just like the real street signs, our signs are quality made of .025" Aluminum that will not rust, crack or break and are UV protected for outdoor use and durability. The sign has rounded corner and two 1/4 inch pre-drilled holes on top and bottom for easy display. Ideal for home, garage, office, workshop, Man cave, private roadways or anywhere you fill you deserve a special parking or deco spot, and they make the ideal gift for any car enthusiast. They are available in two sizes 12" X 18" (305 X 457 mm) or 8" X 12" (203 X 305 mm) to suit your need and space. Citroen DS ID 1955 - 1967 Convertible Cabriolet Parking Only Sign.
Available in two sizes: 12" X 18" (305 X 457 mm) or 8" X 12" (203 X 305 mm)
Two 1/4 inch pre-drilled holes on top and bottom
UV protected for outdoor use and durability
This product is made in the USA
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