CITROEN DS 21 CABRIOLET for Poser. Highly detailed character ( .cr2 ) for Poser 7 and greater.
The 1957-1975 Citroën Chapron DS 19/20/21/23, was a rare and expensive convertible conversion of the front-drive Citroën DS-series sedans, carried out by the French coachbuilder Henri Chapron. The model was built in very small numbers to customer order, mostly for very wealthy private buyers and the French government. These DS convertibles used a special frame which was reinforced on the sidemembers and rear suspension swingarm bearing box, similar to, but not identical to the Break (Station Wagon) frame. Most of the models had two-door bodywork, but some four-door convertible sedans were also built. Directional headlamps were introduced as an option on the DS in September 1967 (standard on the Pallas model) for the first time on a Citroën. Behind each glass cover lens, the inboard high-beam headlamp swivels by up to 80° as the driver steers, throwing the beam along the driver's intended path rather than uselessly across the curved road. The outboard low-beam headlamps are self-leveling in response to pitching caused by acceleration and braking.
Production of the 1957-1975 Citroën Chapron DS 19/20/21/23:approximately 100 per year
USEAGE TIPS AND INSTRUCTIONS
To MOVE the whole car, select CAR
ROTATING PARTS with single ERC Dials: Select CAR/Parameters.
8 VIRTUAL TOOTHED WHEELS ARE CREATED :
STEERING ( the STEERING TOOTHED WHEEL controls both FRONT WHEELS and the STEERING WHEEL ).
WARNING : DON'T FORGET TO SELECT Figure/Use Limits!
Instructions are given in the ReadMe file to help you to change the colours of the painting and the colour of the inside accessories.
2 templates are given for the front and the rear plates.
- PC or Mac and Poser7 or greater