Lot n° 84
8000 - 12000
Result with fees
: 11 400EUR
1987 CITROEN 2CV 6
"Serial number: VF7AZKA00KA296323
French car myth
French car title
Although it should have been presented in 1939, the Second World War forced Citroën to wait until 1948 before unveiling the 2CV. The mission of this cheap little car was to put France back on its feet. The public was initially confused and the new little popular car was quickly nicknamed "the sardine can". This unflattering nickname did not prevent it from being a success, as it sold more than 5 million units. The characteristics are simple: 4 doors, 4 seats, 60 km/h, 5 litres per 100 km, 50 kg of luggage. Another advantage of the 2CV was its low price of 185,000 francs, whereas its competitor, the 4CV, sold for 285,000 francs. The 2CV is so
The 2CV was so ingeniously designed and commercially successful that it has become an automotive myth. In the city as in the country, the 2CV will accompany you everywhere and in any weather.
The car presented here is in good general condition. The yellow paintwork shows some minor defects due to normal use of the car. The upholstery is relatively clean. The seller indicates that the car runs well. This 2CV has entered the pantheon of the French automobile and is awaited on our national roads!
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