Fuel injection and the largest displacement offered make this the most powerful DS available, with 140hp on tap. Buying this car for its speed is a bit like buying a Swiss Army knife for the nail clippers, though: you'd be completely missing the point. Big French cars have always been for cruising, and with the legendary suspension, this car epitomises that.
The DS is a true classic, but prices have remained low enough to be featured on this website. Sure, this one's a tad rough, there's paint missing on the door and rust bubbles around the car. The only issue that needs attention desperately is a fuel leak. Once that's fixed, and the registration is renewed, this should be a reasonable driver or perhaps rolling restoration.
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Michael is a teenager who's been obsessed with cars since he was able to talk, but has no ability in mechanics whatsoever. His daily driver is a manual transmission Nissan Maxima - the Australian Infiniti I30.