The Citroën Bijou
The Bijou is the least known of Citroën's offerings. Built between 1960 and 1964 at the Slough factory for the U.K. market only, it was never made in left-hand drive form and never sold abroad, apart from 6 exported to Australia.
Of the approximately 203 made, I have records for around 150, with about 25 on the road or being restored, here and abroad. The engine is 425cc with Trafficlutch as standard. The body is fibreglass, on a 2CV chassis with Lucas electrics and parts from the Citroën DS, Citroën Traction, Morris and Triumph. The windows are all Bijou specific. These cars are rare now, and highly sought after.