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Instructions CitroŽn DS 20
Instructions for building a minifig-scale CitroŽn DS
About this creation
This minifig-scale classic car consist of a staggering 160 LEGO pieces.
Here is a series of pictures which should make it possible for everybody to make their own DS.
It must be said from the start, that this is a static model. It will not roll!

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Comments

  September 27, 2013
Hello, for this DS what kind of tires did you use? Could you give me the code, thanks
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  September 2, 2013
Thanks for the amazing tutorial!
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  August 20, 2012
dude that's amazing sadly I can not make this because pick a brick dose not have all the bricks. lovely model i'm doing a lego tour de frace with lego set 1199 and the citron ds 20 would be lovely extra
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  July 12, 2012
Great creation! The instructions/pictures - THANK YOU!
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  July 12, 2012
Quoting King Andy It's realy nice. The only bad thing is the fact of the weels don't move.
Itīs only because of the hubcaps I use. Change to others (same tires can be used) and it will roll perfectly! Check out the "DS-Mania" page; The police and the black versions both roll. Also the DS Cabrio in the MegaMOC 2011 rolls...
  July 12, 2012
It's realy nice. The only bad thing is the fact of the weels don't move.
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  October 7, 2011
very cool, i was thinking about doing the same for a 5 wide, with a few adjustments, a fig would fit, not straight, but, tilted a bit. thanks for sharing!
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  September 21, 2011
Quoting Henrik Hoexbroe Yes, Hispabrick Magazine published this guide too! ;-) There are several alternative ways to fix the rear-axle. Neither jumper-plate nor hollow stud plate is really necessarry, if you change the grip-piece... Would love to see your DkRed car!
I was mistaken. The jumpers I used for the front axis not the rear :S I'll try to make some decent pictures and make a first upload on MOCpages (hopefully this evening). Since not all parts are available in DkRed I had to make some small adjustments. I wonder if you are able spot them :D
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  September 21, 2011
Quoting spearhafoc ... Nice to see how it all actually works. (saw a glimpse of a Spanish(?) Lego magazine which also featured this Building Guide) I did a DkRed rebuild, and it has a lot of things in common with yours. However I suppose your choice for a 1x1 hollow round plate to allocate the rear wheel works way better than my wobbly jumper.
Yes, Hispabrick Magazine published this guide too! ;-) There are several alternative ways to fix the rear-axle. Neither jumper-plate nor hollow stud plate is really necessarry, if you change the grip-piece... Would love to see you DkRed car!
  September 21, 2011
Nice to see how it all actually works. (saw a glimpse of a Spanish(?) Lego magazine which also featured this Building Guide) I did a DkRed rebuild, and it has a lot of things in common with yours. However I suppose your choice for a 1x1 hollow round plate to allocate the rear wheel works way better than my wobbly jumper. Keep those nice builds coming! (and perhaps a BG of your 2CV? :D)
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  September 21, 2011
Thanks for posting this. I did a 6-wide DS but it wasn't as good (I haven't posted it). Think I'll make me one of these instead :-)
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  September 20, 2011
Nice
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  September 20, 2011
A beautiful car with some very clever and unique techniques. Shame it doesn't roll but it looks so good you are forgiven ;).
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  September 20, 2011
Interesting technique.
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  September 20, 2011
Fantastic! Amazingly accurate for the scale, really interesting techniques used. Looks beautiful.
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  September 20, 2011
Some great techniques in there, nice one and thanks for sharing.
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  September 20, 2011
ravishingly beautiful! windshield wiper = sweetly!
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  September 20, 2011
Thanks for sharing you tips with us Henrik! I haven't seen this car for a long while, here, in France!
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  September 20, 2011
Well done and thanks for sharing this! What a little beauty she is :) and she's clever too. I love the way you made the wheels will have to try those ;)
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  September 20, 2011
interesting
 
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