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for the Citroen Ami Longstone Tyres suggests the 135SR15 Michelin ZX as the most ideal radial tyre to fit

Citroen Ami 6 Tyres

The Citroen Ami 6 with the funky notch back fits 125SR15 Michelin X

Citroen Ami 8 Tyres

Citroens Ami 8 fits 135SR15 Michelin X

Citroen Ami Super

The Citroen Ami Super also fitted 135SR15 Michelin X.There is also a 135SR15 Michelin X M+S . This is an off road mud and snow tyre available. there are also other 135R15 Tyres available, but you just wouldn't consider them as the correct Michelin is still available; nothing else comes close.

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    Citroen Ami Recommended Tyres


  1. 135SR15 Michelin ZX
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    135 SR 15 Michelin ZX

    Starting at £97.20 £81.00

  2. 125SR15 Michelin X
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    125 SR 15 Michelin X

    Starting at £97.20 £81.00

  3. Set of 4 125SR15 Michelin X
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    Set of 4 125 SR15 Michelin X

    Starting at £372.00 £310.00

  4. Jeu de 5 125SR15 Michelin X
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    Set of 5 125SR15 Michelin X

    Starting at £456.00 £380.00

  5. 125 SR 15 Michelin X Whitewall
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    125 SR 15 Michelin X Whitewall

    Starting at £152.40 £127.00

  6. 125 R15 Michelin X Whitewall
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    Set of 4 125 R15 Michelin X Whitewall

    Starting at £595.20 £496.00

  7. Michelin 15CB Offset Valve Inner Tube
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    Michelin 15CB Offset Valve Inner Tube

    Starting at £18.00 £15.00

  8. Other Options for Citroen Ami


  9. 135SR15 Michelin X M+S
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    135 SR 15 Michelin X M+S

    Starting at £134.40 £112.00

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History of the Citroën Ami

The Citroën Ami was produced between 1961 to 1978 making 1,840,396 of them, and for a few years of this was even the best-selling car model in France.

Although not its official name, in France the Ami was often referred to as the Citroën 3CV Trois Chevaux, or "three horses". The reasons for this are that the initials CV originally stood for "chevaux-vapeur" (horsepower, or literally translated as 'steam horses') but it was used here for "chevaux fiscaux" in short. The "cheval fiscal" was a French fiscal unit based on engine size.


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