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Working in a repair shop in Boston in 1957, a DS 19 came in for service. One spoke steering wheel, little button on the floorboard for a brake pedal,aeropneumatic suspension. As I remember from 63 years later, it had a hydraulic leak and I believe we found it and fixed it. No better riding car ever existed. Followed by the CX series and then - who knows. They always made quirky cars. In Paris, I rode in a traction avant taxi - one of those black ones, front wheel drive.