The Citroën 2CV is steadily going up in value so it’s becoming less and less common to find one that has been parked in someone’s yard for decades or abandoned entirely. The few that are left have generally been pushed off a cliff or stolen and cut up decades ago, but anything that’s even moderately salvageable is either fixed up or parted out.
The late-1970s 2CV pictured below is one of the few still sitting around. It’s apparently either a parts car or a project that someone gave up on, though we’re leaning towards the first option because it was parked not far from what looks like a small repair shop. There are no registration or insurance stickers on the windshield so we can’t tell you when it was last on the road.
We couldn’t get a look at the chassis but the body is in relatively decent shape, so we imagine it will be pulled out of the weeds and fixed up sooner or later. That’s the beauty of the 2CV: Every component – save for the body and, of course, the title – can be purchased new from a growing list of aftermarket vendors.