Two Chevrons Up: 1961 Citroen 2CV

The Citroen (Citroën) 2CV (en français — deux chevaux)  was a front drive economy car that had prototype builds starting in 1939 with innovative features like a flat-twin aircooled engine and seats that could be removed from the car and used as picnic chairs.  I think that enough time has passed that we can all forget about how many times we needed to wait for a tow truck or how much money we spent at Pierre’s French Car Repair & Seafood Buffet — and agree that this would be awesome to have as a fun weekend car.  Find this 1961 Citroen 2CV offered for $7,500 in Cincinnati, OH via craigslist.

From the seller:

Titled as a 1961….. has all the later stuff….. like seat belts…. 602 cc motor. Runs and drives good…… Parts are easy to get. Have had this car for many years. 

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just about done installing new brakes on front.

See a better way to scratch your French car itch?