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CitroŽn Type 29 and Type 45

In 1933 the C6 utilities were replaced by the Type 29 which remained in production until 1934 when it was replaced by the Type 32 which employed identical bodywork. The Type 29 had a six cylinder engine displacing 2 650 cm3 and developing 53 bhp. A total of 12 531 examples were built.

CitroŽn Type 45

The Type 45 was introduced in 1933 and remained in production until 1953. 72 423 examples were built. The Type 45 featured a dedicated truck engine (i.e. not developed from a car engine); a six cylinder unit of 4 580 cm3, it developed 73 bhp.

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