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Citroen 2CV Du Cassa 1982

Sold For £2,464

UK
H&H Auctions
31/10/12


Chassis No V57AZKA0080KA0117
Engine No V57AZKA0080KA0117
Reg No PGE925Y
MOT Expiry Date: Sept 2013

France's largely rural population determined the unique design brief, that called for: a low-priced, rugged `umbrella on four wheels' that would enable four peasants to drive 110lb of farm goods to market at 31mph in clogs and via muddy, unpaved roads including transporting eggs across a ploughed field without breaking them. Production was less than 3,872,583 2CVs were manufactured before manufacture ceased 42 years later.

Little is known about the `beach car' conversion on offer, though it is understood to be one of only a few built in Majorca around new 2CV chassis and running gear. The left-hand drive example in question was apparently purchased new by Mr Hamilton of
Hamilton-Wiseman Dairies in Scotland and features distinctive open-sided four-seater bodywork, running boards and cycle wings.

The road wheels, steering wheel and headlight nacelles are the only immediate clues to the model's ancestry, while stowage is achieved via a wicker basket at the rear.

In apparently good overall condition, 

No Reserve.
Estimate:
Sold for: £2,464