1937 Citroen 11B

The 1937 Citroen 11B was a mid-size car manufactured by the French automobile company Citroen between 1934 and 1941. It was a popular model during the 1930s and its design featured a rounded, aerodynamic body with a long sleek bonnet and a distinctive V-shaped grille.

The 11B was powered by a four-cylinder, 1.6-liter engine that produced around 48 horsepower. It was considered to be quite advanced for its time, with hydraulic brakes and an innovative front-wheel drive setup.

Citroen produced various versions of the 11B, including a four-door sedan, a convertible, and a wagon. The sedan was particularly popular, featuring a spacious and comfortable interior, and a large trunk at the rear.

During World War II, Citroen stopped production of the 11B to focus on making military vehicles. After the war, the 11B was replaced by the Citroen Traction Avant, which was considered to be an even more advanced vehicle at the time.

Today, the Citroen 11B is a highly collectible car among classic car enthusiasts, due to its stylish design and advanced technology for its era.

By John Scott

I was born at a very young age.

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