The Citroen 2CV Spot was introduced in 1976 to celebrate the launch of the five millionth 2CV/2CV-based car.
Seemingly home to half the world’s wasp population, these three 2CVs are ending their lives behind an abandoned repair shop.
The Charleston was initially launched in 1980 as a limited-edition model.
Production of the iconic Citroën 2CV ended exactly 25 years ago today. It’s no secret that the 2CV is one of my all-time favorite cars, so as a tribute to it I’ve compiled a gallery of pictures that come from Ran When Parked’s vast archives.
A special ceremony in honor of the last 2CV was held at the factory, and the milestone car was accompanied off the assembly line by a marching band.
Less than 2,000 examples of the Teilhol Tangara were built.
We imagine this 2CV will be pulled out of the weeds and fixed up sooner or later.
The highlights from the show included a Teilhol Tangara and an all-original Fiat 128.
We photographed this early 1980s 2CV6 Spécial in a remote village of southern France.
These four French cars were stolen and dumped in a disaffected quarry decades ago.