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Alliance Francaise Unley Festival

Fellow Members

This Friday night we are meeting at the Unley Memorial Park for the Annual AF Festival.

We would love you to join us any time after 5pm. Please meet in the car park in the Coles Shoppimg Mall off of Unley Road where we will have a reserved spot for your  beloved Citroen (new or old).

A picnic atmosphere is the order of the afternoon so bring along a some French delights to get into the mood. There will also be plenty French  Cuisine there but it is not BYO drinks.

So  see you there


For Sale Citroen CX

Mechanically good runs well. Engine runs on premium.

Needs new exhaust system and battery. Drive shaft seals on gearbox need replacing (not supplied).

Would suit someone looking to restore a car. Will need repainting.

Comes with many spare parts including spare ECU, spheres and Paris Rhone 100 amp alternator.

Full set of original factory workshop manuals and Haynes manual plus CD’s with loads of info.

A spare passenger seat included. Have a complete new engine gasket kit.

Includes a cylinder of nitrogen to refill spheres. Spheres fitted with Schrader type valves for easy refilling.

Includes a sphere pressure test rig to pump up pressure in spheres and test cutoff point.

Remote central locking fitted. Fitted with towbar

Drum of LHM included.

For further info contact Vince Baker            Mob 0412528207


Fellow Members

Can any of our members help John, if so please contact him on the email below

Good afternoon everyone.

Below is a correspondence between myself and Daryl Meek of the RACV. It is self-explanatory and I encourage you to read it.
The question, then, is; are there any people in the Citroen community in Australia who have a familial connection with Katherine or Bertha Braithwaite, William Dixon, H.T. Curtis or W.G. McDonald?
Daryl himself is a grandson of one of the Braithwaites, I believe. It could also be possible that you have some knowledge of  an early 10hp car that may have been one of the four entries in that 1921 trial.
Can I ask you all to put the question to your memberships, perhaps via your publications and we’ll see what comes of it. 
I am sure that between us we have four 10hp type A cars that could participate in the re-enactment Daryl mentions.
Attached is a photo from RACV of Katherine and Bertha Braithwaite and their car in the 1921 event. It would add interest to a small piece in your magazines.

Thank you and I hope to see most of you in Echuca on Friday.

John Parsons
President, CCCV.