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Can I use a picture from the Honest John archive of the Citroen DS3?

I hope you won't mind me picking your brains like this, but can you tell me if Daily Telegraph Motoring has a photo archive from which it might allow another publisher to source an illustration? The reason I ask is that the company I work for, Land & Marine Publications Ltd, a small contract publishing firm in Colchester, publishes an in-flight magazine on behalf of an East African airline. I have written an article for the mag about the Citroën DS - just a broad-brush piece about its status as an automotive icon - and I wanted to tie this in with East Africa by using a photo of a DS taking part in one of the famous East African Safari Rallies. If you can help, then many thanks.

Asked on 21 September 2013 by JT, Dedham, Essex

Answered by Honest John
What happened here was I consulted our classics expert Keith Adams and he suggested getting in touch with PR at Citroen (which is keenly involved in classic Citroens). They were able to furnish JT with the pictured he needed from their archives.
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