- Swiss registration
- Interior in good original condition
- Rare Club saloon version
- Highly original form
- One owner until 2016
When it was launched in 1961, the Ami 6 was presented as a kind of luxury 2CV, positioned between that model and the DS. More powerful and comfortable than the 2CV, it was better able to keep up with traffic. Its shape, styled by the brilliant Flaminio Bertoni, could be called baroque but with its oblong lights and inverted rear window, it was like no other car.
This amazing originality has made this a highly sought-after car today, and the saloon is rarer than the estate. When also in such condition as this example is, the voyage back in time is complete !
The current owner bought this Ami 6 in France 6 years ago and then imported it into Switzerland. The car was completely original and in very good condition when acquired, with the bodywork extensively restored. The car is offered with a FIVA identity card, its expert report provided by the Road Traffic Office, and Swiss registration papers.
In terms of road behaviour, everyone applauded the road handling and flexibility of the saloon, inherited from the famous suspensions of the 2 CV. From its creation, in keeping with the Citroën spirit, Ami 6 has been an original and innovative car. Its die-hard fans maintain a particular interest in this Club version, more luxurious, with four headlights and white side trim, sold from September 1967.