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Topic - Judith Reiter
Before Judith Reiter returned to the U.S. in 1989 she lived in France for 20 years. While there, she became infatuated with the little Citroen camionettes that were seemingly on every street in every community. She says the British descriptively call the 12-foot-long French vehicles truckettes. The five-foot-wide Citroens conveniently fit the French streets.
On some of the hills, she says, "I get a running start."
In cool weather Ms. Reiter says she gets plenty of heat from the engine and some fumes as well.