1971 Citroën SM Mylord


1971 Citroën SM Mylord

1971 Citroën SM Mylord

When the cabriolet version of the DS disappeared from the catalogue, the coachbuilder Chapron, an official brand sub-contractor, created a convertible version of the recent SM, baptised Mylord.

The SM Mylord went on show for the first time at the 1971 Paris Motor Show. Seven examples were built at the workshops in Levallois, of which three were exported. The coachbuilder’s stylists gave the car the elegant lines that are typical of a prestige coupé.

Story by Citroën Communication

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tagscitroen
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typeLimited Production Car
production7