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Guided Visit : 2CV

 

Our 2CV exposed

All the 2CV fulfill the requirements of very low mileage and absolute original condition.

* 2CV /1954 (7285 Km)

* 2CV AZLP/1960 (7335 Km)

* 2CV AZLP /1959 (13645 Km)

* 2CV AZ /1961 (5994 Km)

* 2CV 4x4 /1962 (60000 Km)

* 2CV AZA /1963 (12936 Km)

* 2CV ENAC /1963 (44521 Km)

* 2CV AZAM /1964 (12646 Km)

* 2CV AZAM /1965 (7056 Km)

* 2CV ENAC /1965 (1899 Km)

* 2CV /1972 (12853 Km)

* 2CV /1978 (1571 Km)

* 2CV6 France3 /1983 (26303Km)

* 2CV6 CT / 1984 (84 Kms)

* 2CV Dolly/ 1985 (8593Km)

* 2CV Charleston /1990 (726 Km)

* 2CV fourgonnette /1964 (11794 Km)

* 2CV camionnette /1960 (15568 Km)

 

 
 

2CV DOLLY de 1985

2CV Dolly

YEAR: 25/11/1985 (3304)

COLOUR: Jaune Rialto (EAA)
                  Rouge Delage (AC 446)

 

 


MODEL: The Dolly is a limited Model which has been sold in seven combinations of two colours in three following editions between March 1985 and March 1986.
Basing on a 2CV 6 Spécial (round headlights, thin steering wheel, small speedometer) but with Charleston furnishing (upholstery, interior lighting, two sun visors, hood release, wide bumper, side skirts, rear indicators and lights tinted), hubcaps of the Dyane.
Two cylinder 602 cc engine with 29 HP, max speed 115 km/h, front disc brake.
Price at that time: 34,200 Francs (between Spécial and Club.

HISTORY: In 1985 Citroën launched a competition and the first price was the new model of the 2CV . As fan, Mr. Eric Vautrot knew all the answers to the questions, except the last one: How many BX will be produced by the end of 1985 ?
So he joined the competition under the names of different family members and was able to win not even the first price (2CV) for his brother Pascal but also price three (autoradio), four and six (umbrellas). That was so embarrassing for Citroën that they’ve never published the results of the competition.
Pascal got his car at the dealership in Brunoy and gave him to his brother Eric after a while who used it only sparely in the area of Reims. In 2003, Eric drove it to the family’s possession close to Perpignan. After Eric’s death Pascal got the 2CV back but did not know what to do with it. He contacted a local special garage named “L'Escaladeuche“.
The boss there, Mr. Jean-Marc Pizot, noted the extraordinary status of the car and recommended Mr. Vautrot to contact me.
I did not wait for a third lookdown and picked up the car Christmas eve 2020.

 



 
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