Citroen Ami Tyres

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Citroen Ami 1961—1978

Citroen Ami

Citroen Ami 6 Tyres

Citroen Ami 8 Tyres

Citroen Ami Super Tyres

  • The Citroen Ami Super also fitted 135 SR 15 Michelin ZX.
  • There is also a 135 SR 15 Michelin X M+S, an off-road mud and snow tyre available.
  • There are other 135R15 Tyres available, but you just wouldn't consider them as the correct Michelin is still available; nothing else comes close.

Citroen Ami Innertubes

  • Our period fitment guides inform us that the Ami was released on tubeless wheels, innertubes are not needed in your Ami, providing that your tyres are also tubeless (our recommended tyres are all tubeless).
  • One might still fit innertubes to tubeless wheels; perhaps if you have tube-type tyres, a puncture, or you are not confident your rims are airtight.
  • The correct innertube for all the recommended tyres above is the Michelin 15CB innertube.

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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. The Ami was available in saloon and estate/wagon/break body types, the Ami 6 and the Ami 8. In contrast to the previous reverse-sloped rear window of the Ami 6 notchback, the later Ami 8 fastback saloon had a sharply raked rear window.

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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