Paris Retromobile (An exhibition of old cars, motorbikes and model cars) is on at the moment. I like this poster. Every year at this time, for the past five years, I've been going out late at night and swiping these from billboards to send back home.
Have a look at these beauties. The first one is a Citroën CX Break (stationwagon). Designed by Pinanfarina. They used them as ambulances and hearses in France. I had a 1977 model in Australia. Loved it. You could fold the seats down and slide a mattress in. And the suspension was the pump-up green dragon's oil number - best ride ever. At rest the car sat really low. When you started the motor it would rise up off its haunches to the pre-selected height. I once forgot about this feature and stashed three surfboards under the car before falling asleep on a deserted headland south of Bermagui. I woke up in the morning to squashed surfboards.
The next shot is a early Seventies (I think) Citroën Safari. They were cool. Not many made it out to Australia.
More photos here - Retro