A couple of GSs in the sun..

Robert Klijn Brinkema, from Alicante Spain owns five GSs! Even though he only is a GS fanatic for a view years. It is the timeless shape in combination with specific Citroën details he likes most about the cars. In Spain you can still spot GSs on the street, although they are mostly driven by elderly men.

Roberts first GS is the car shown underneath, it is a GS Basic from 1976 and is in very good shape. It has driven 115.000 kilometers. Although the current colour of the car is Orange Tenere (also used on a lot off X2s), since it had a new paintjob. The interiour is adjusted to this new colour. Surpricingly this car leaks no oil whatsoever. RObert thinks it is nearly finished, a different steering wheel and a RPM meter are things that are going to be fitted, since the equipment is kind of basic. The car has the 1220 cc engine. Furthermore Robert is preparing to get it on historical license plates.
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Roberts first GS.

After driving his first the GS, the others soon followed. What about this beautifull Blue GS Club Break from 1973. He found this car in France near Angers and was sold instantly (the car was too). Robert drives this car regularly and it is in tiptop shape.
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The Colour of this Break is Blue Delta (AC 640).

After those cars he also bought a Birotor in France and found another nice GS Club, a Berline this time.
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Roberts Birotor in Brun Scarabťe (AC 427) with Beige Tholonet roof. The colour of the Club is Rouge Geranium (AC 435).

Some time after that he found another GS. A GS Club from 1974 this time. It had been standing in the road for a while and was towed away by the police, eventually it ended up on the scrapyard, where Robert found it. He believes the previous owner was an elderly man, who had passed away. Since nobody had interest in the car it ended up on the scrapyard. Which would have been a total waste, since it is in outstanding shape, the paint still has that "showroom shine" and the seats have been covered all the time, so they look (and are) new aswell. Robert is now trying to get it back on the road, it needed a little work on the brakes and the clutch and there are some problems with the registration plates.
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Roberts latest GS, A 1974 GS Club in Blue Delta (AC 640).