Citroën DS Station Wagon | 1970
The DS was a car from the future. Aside from the space-age industrial design, the DS was the first mass-produced car with front power disc brakes. And the headlights were linked to the steering, allowing the driver to see into curves as they drove, (except on the US-spec cars like this one, where the avant-garde lights didn’t meet regulations). Citroën sold nearly 1.5 million of the D-series during over a 20-year production run, and it remains one of the defining cars of the 20th century.
Street-parked with a parking ticket in the Mission. San Francisco, CA.