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Citroën 7CV Tyres


Citroen Traction Avant Classic Tyres

1934 Citroen Traction 7A

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    Citroen 7CV Recommended Tyres


  1. 130/140x40 Michelin SCSS
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    130/140 x 40 Michelin SCSS

    Starting at £279.60 £233.00

  2. 165SR400 Michelin X
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    165 SR 400 Michelin X

    Starting at £232.80 £194.00

  3. 165SR400 Michelin X Whitewall
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    165SR400 Michelin X Whitewall

    Starting at £301.20 £251.00

  4. Michelin 16E Offset Valve Inner Tube TR13
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    Michelin 16E Offset Valve Inner Tube TR13

    Starting at £21.60 £18.00


  5. Other Options for Citroen 7CV Tyres


  6. 165HR400 PIRELLI CINTURATO
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    165HR400 PIRELLI CINTURATO CA67
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  7. Jeu de 4 165HR400 PIRELLI CINTURATO CA67
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    Set of 4 165-400 PIRELLI CINTURATO CA67
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  8. Jeu de 5 165HR400 PIRELLI CINTURATO CA67
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    Set of 5 165 HR 400 PIRELLI CINTURATO CA67
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  9. Set of 4 165SR400 Michelin X
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    Set of 4 165 SR400 Michelin X

    Starting at £802.80 £669.00

  10. Jeu de 5 165SR400 Michelin X
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    Set of 5 165 R 400 Michelin X

    Starting at £1,008.00 £840.00

  11. 165 R400 Michelin X Whitewall
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    Set of 4 165 R400 Michelin X Whitewall

    Starting at £1,020.00 £850.00

  12. 165R400 Michelin X Whitewall
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    Set of 5 165R400 Michelin X Whitewall

    Starting at £1,200.00 £1,000.00

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History of the Citroën 7A Traction Avant


Citroen 7A Vintage Tyres

The Citroën Traction Avant is an executive automobile built by the French company Citroën from 1934 until 1957. A total of 760,000 units were manufactured. This Traction Avant was the first to mass-produce three groundbreaking innovations that are still in use today: a unitary body with no separate chassis, four-wheel independent suspension, and front-wheel drive.

The official name is not Traction Avant, which translates literally as "front-wheel drive." The automobile was dubbed following the French fiscal horsepower rating, or CV, which is used to calculate annual car tax levels. Manufacturers, on the other hand, did not alter the model name every time an engine size modification resulted in a change in fiscal horsepower. Citroën, for example, developed the 7CV, unofficially known as the 7A, in 1934. When the 7B model's bigger engine put it into the 9 CV tax bracket, they kept calling it the 7CV. 11CV, 15CV, and 22CV were the other designations. The Traction is known as the "Reine de la Route" in France ("Queen of the Road").


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