One of just six conversions by Henri Chapron that features restyled rear wings, this 1965 Citroen DS21 Chapron Concorde Coupe was gradually refurbished after being acquired by a Citroen mechanic. Today, the two-door coupe seats up to 5 people and features a tan leather interior and dark blue carpeting. The steering wheel is single spoke in design and sits in front of the Jaeger instrument panel. Power windows, a Radiomatic radio and a five-digit odometer which shows about 28,000 miles are also found inside.
The 1965 Citroen DS21 Chapron Concorde Coupe has been finished in a two-toned paint scheme with a Shell Gray roof and trunk with a Midnight Blue body. Marchal fog lights are integrated into the car’s fender and bumper. There is also a Hirschmann automatic antenna. Under the hood is a 2.175-liter inline-four cylinder that’s mated with a four-speed manual transmission from Citromatic.