1985 Citroen GSA Review
A Great Little Car For Its Time — There like a mecano car, its all bolted together. If you get a knock in the wing, just un-bolt it knock it out, and repair. There air cooled so no water leeks. You can rev them all day. I have had a number of them (lots) and there great fun. they stopped making them in 83.The BX took over, my 85 model had all the extras on as they wanted this one out of the show room.
Pros: Cheep versatile and fun to drive.
Cons: Look out for the floor pan, if it starts to rust thats it.
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