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CITROEN

Type B12

1925 - 1927
France

4 seats 💺

38381 CITROEN Type B12 produced

The Citroën B12 is an automobile produced by Citroën at André Citroën's factory in central Paris, and available for public sale between October 1925 and January 1927. Major competitors included the Peugeot 177 and the Renault KZ. The B12 was manufactured using modern mass production technologies which in France at the time, were still unique to Citroën. It also used "all-steel" ("tout-acier") bodies for its two most popular body types.
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