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Dyane D6

9.250,- 1968 71.000 km

New arrival.

2cv6 Charleston

18.950,- 1981 46.000 km

New arrival.

2cv6 Dolly

9.750,- 1982 180.000 km

New arrival.

Dyane D6

3.950,- 1968 84.000 km

New arrival. From first Dutch owner.

2cv6 Perrier

10.750,- 1989 120.000 km

New arrival.

2cv6 Charleston

8.250,- 1984 145.000 km

New arrival.

2cv6 Dolly

9.150,- 1983 114.000 km

New arrival.

2cv6 Club

14.500,- 1985 43.000 km

We found this 2CV in Millau. It’s lived there its whole life. Built in the summer of ’85, it was delivered to Millau through dealer Monju. The Costes family ordered it in the Club edition, which wasn’t too common in France. Most of the later 2CVs were the more simplistic Spécials – with a Club, you chose luxury. 

2cv4

19.500,- 1971 25.000 km

On May 18th 1971, ms. Maraval ordered her new 2CV. She could already opt for a 2cv6, yet decided to go for the slower 2cv4. Perhaps she already knew she was only going to be using it locally. Possibly the dealer even tried to convince her to opt for the comfort of speed, something he wasn’t a stranger to himself: Ms. Maraval bought the car from Pezous in Albi. The owner, Maurice Emile Pezous, used his initials to name some of his own sporty creations. From a sporty coupé, to monoposto racecars he built with stock mechanical parts.

2cv4

9.950,- 1974 114.000 km

It is probably because I am from the 1970s myself and I saw them on the streets in these colors and designs in my youth, but I always like the seventies 2cvs the most.

Sold

Mehari

23.000,- 1978 99.000 km

As a Mehari you can be born and raised in Belgium. You grow up, start becoming quite a guy and get more and more curious about what the rest of the world has to offer. Being an adventurer you get drawn south. On tour to France, Spain -and in the end- Ibiza. You have a fun life there.

Sold

2cv6 Spécial

19.500,- 1986 29.000 km

In ’86 this 2cv found a home with Mrs. de Greve from Duffel, between Antwerp and Mechelen. The car was stored nice and warm and was well cared for.