Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Citroen SM Presidentielle 1972 Pompidou To replace the aging Simcas which had been used as state cars since the late 1950s, two special long wheel base convertible SMs were built by Chapron and pressed into service in 1972 for then President Georges Pompidou to host Queen Elizabeth II. Remarkably the cars were still in use by Jacques Chirac and in terms of small details such as the white banded tyres, it is images from 2005 which closest resemble the model. Norev has done an excellent job and the only details that really give this away as an inexpensive diecast are the thickness of the windscreen and the wipers.
Prolific maker of die-casts, most subjects having a French conection. Particularly good for concept cars and design studies. Made in China/France
Citroen SM Presidentielle model by Norev
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