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I really like Citroën’s commercial trucks, and I get why this 1969 brochure would want to use a high-tech com-pu-ter-ized typeface like that, but you’d think you’d save the compu-talk for something other than “very comfortable cabin.” That part doesn’t really need computers. Those knee-windows, though, that’s high-tech.

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Those knee windows reminded me of the 60s Austin/Morris/BMC FG with its knee windows and bizarre suicide doors at the back of the cabin. Always fascinated me when I was a kid...