That was a very early Tin Snail Lee, they changed from the 425cc in 1970 and put the heavy weight 602cc/36 bhp in then and it lasted right up to the end in 1990. Not bad when you think that they first appeared in 1948. I have always been fascinated by the ignition system. Both plugs fire at the same time and the one on the compression stroke is the one that goes bang! No distributor to go wrong!
Hetier, you are very lucky to have such lovely cars in your collection.
My first was a Dyane for 2 years then a BX TZD Turbo for 11 years, followed by a Xantia Estate for 4 years
My first French registered Citroën was a C8, followed by 2 Grand C4 Picassos over the 13 years in France. That was near Carcassonne.
Now I am reduced to Kia Nero plug in hybrid because Citroën can't fit a tow bar to their electric or hybrid cars
I have mentioned before that SWMBO had a wonderful red/white 2CV Dolly for 17 years and we both loved it, but when we moved to France it would have been to difficult to change it to left hand drive.