This Citroen 2CV 6 Charleston in two-tone livery was published in the late 1980s as a special series and then became a series model starting in 1982.
In 1981, 8000 pre series were produced, of which this car is part of.
The car has been completely restored and is perfect for both mechanics and bodywork.
Registered ASI # 589091 from 1 January 2014.
CRS (certificate of history and collectors relevance) # 178429 of 26 September 2014.
Double keys present.
The Citroen 2CV (deux chevaux) from the French, literally "two horses", from the assessment of tax horses in France, is a utilitarian passenger car produced by the French car manufacturer Citroën from 1948 to 1990.
The first ideas of building a utilitarian car with very low costs and widespread popularity came to André Citroën's mind during the early thirties, but this idea was put aside in favor of the project that gave rise to the much more expensive Citroën Traction Avant.
The first full-size wooden model was made during 1936, while the first marching prototype (of the total 49 that were gradually alternated) occurred only at the beginning of the following year.
From 1944, after the war ended, the project could be resumed, but the debut of the definitive car took place at the Paris Motor Show on 6 October 1948.