Grass green, nice and cheerful! This color was used in the 1970s and returned in Germany and England in '87.
New arrival, project car, soon more info.
Nice AZAM, ready to drive away. Recent MOT and that was also its last; soon it will be APK exempt. No road tax to be paid and a sharp price as well; what are you waiting for!
Little green 2cv, to drive away and enjoy immediately. On a rainy day you can do some finishing yourself. Good chassis, floors as well, dent in left front wing and door, technically fine, beautiful interior. New APK included.
Chassis goed, bodem ook, heeft geleefd, ooit overgespoten, te gekke originele kleur.
Soon more info.
Chassis in good nick, technically fine, fresh color, contrast roof, import Belgium.
2cv’s are particularly suitable for unleashing your imagination. For example, this car was once refreshed with the colors of the red / black Charleston. After that, the owner also added a new interior and put some personal details in cushions, door panels and further finishing.
In 2004 we found you in France, with a relatively low mileage. You drove around in our neighborhood for years, you were fully enjoyed. Of course some parts of you got some wear, so we did a make over when you came back to us about 8 years ago.
The Ami6 got a larger brother in '64, the 6 Break. Now an estate car is very common, but then it was quite special. Suddenly there was a lot of space to take things with you, in addition to the people you were already loading. Leisure became more common and people wanted to get out. It was quite a sales success, until '69 more than half a million were made.
The dealer in Limoges probably didn't think it would still be there 37 years later, this Acadiane. After all, they were made for a few years of utilitarian use and therefore worn out quickly. But it is still there and has even had life-prolonging surgery recently.
One lives near Paris and wants to go to ones vegetable garden regularly. Convenient transport is welcome. In the Netherlands, a bicycle with panniers is practical enough, but we usually only have small gardens.