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In 1964, Citroën released a range of trucks from 3.5 to 8 ton capacity, styled by Flaminio Bertoni, the Italian sculptor also responsible for the Citroën 2CV, Citroën DS, Citroën Ami 6, and Citroën Traction Avant cars.
Although they were named 350 to 850 (N or P models), the trucks' unusual appearance meant they were known as the "Belphégor", after the then-popular television series about a mystery in the Louvre Museum, Belphégor.
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