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Serial number 02CA1036 Nice condition of restoration French registration On May 11, 1968, the Mehari was launched and presented in Deauville. It was a very bad start! France was going through some "events". It was a leisure car designed for open-air driving. The basic structure is the platform of the Citroën Dyane, which is itself descended from the 2cv. Available as a 2-seater, the rear bench seat could be selected as an option to transform it into a 4-seater. The body is made of ABS plastic. It can be seen as a modern interpretation of a "Jeep" à la française. In 1978, the Mehari received front disc brakes and a removable grille. This is the third and last model marketed until 1987 for a total of 41 805 units. The Mehari AZUR is a special series and has its own soft top system. It was only available in one version in two shades of blue and white. The rims are openwork and specific to the model. It is very summery in its name and presentation. Like the 2CV Charleston, the production was originally limited. It was planned to produce 700 units, but due to its success, the model was included in the Citroën catalogue. Like the other Mehari, it was offered in two or four seats. The car we are offering you was first registered in April 1971, 3 years after the first Mehari was produced. Entirely restored by its current owner, it has an original aesthetic configuration of white and red matching the skai seats of the interior. A true 4-seater, its folding rear bench seat offers this vehicle extraordinary versatility. With its rudimentary 2CV mechanics, robust and entirely revised, this Mehari shows a very good behaviour on roads and paths. This model is more and more sought after and is even re-built by the Mehari club in Cassis. We offer you the possibility to acquire a Mehari in very good condition, a symbol of the France after 1968.
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