We have seen cars stored under porches, from the rafters, and even inside a grocery store, but we have never seen anything like this. Normally people stick cars in storage containers, not on top of them! These ones have been sitting for 15 years, but the seller doesn’t mention if they were in their current position that whole time. We guess it did keep them out of the dirt. The seller is hanging on to the beige wagon, but there appears to be another one included to make a grand total of 5 cars for $3,000. Find them here on craigslist out of Banks, Oregon. Just be sure to bring a forklift… Sorry, couldn’t resist.
We assume the fifth car is the one shown on the ground. Sure, the styling is not be for everyone, but there is no denying that these Citroens are unique inside and out. Many modern cars owe much to these awkward looking trendsetters. The fancy headlights on the new Audi A8 look pretty trick until you realize that these old cars could be had with directional lights that turned as you did. Self-leveling suspension may be a common feature today, but it was a revelation when Citroen released their smooth riding hydropneumatic setup in 1952. The engineers at Citroen thought outside of the box and we are sure it takes a similar type of thinker to appreciate these today. Perhaps the same type that would park their cars on top of a storage container instead of in it?