1988 Citroen 2CV: Low Mileage Survivor

1988 Citroen 2CV

While this Citroen was built in 1988, you would think it was built in the ’50s, but that’s likely because these cars didn’t change much over their 41 year production run. This example is one of the final versions of the car before production ended and by this point, they had most of the bugs worked out. While they are rather quirky, these little cars will run and run! With just 16k miles on the clock, it should have a lot of life left in it! The seller claims it will need a light restoration, but it needs rust repair, so it may end up being more than a little work. At least they are offering it without a reserve and bidding is just at £720.00 here on eBay UK in Ely, United Kingdom. So would you save this little French icon?


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  1. Howard A Member

    I’ve always thought the 2CV was the most UNconventional looking car made in any numbers. Takes a special person to drive one of these. They do have a loyal following and even have all 2CV races, which they do surprisingly well. ( you’d think they would topple over in the turns) I highly doubt the km claim, and I’d bet this car was driven more than they say. Doesn’t get much weirder than this.

  2. Jason

    “With just 16k miles on the clock, it should have a lot of life left in it!”

    Why do sellers make such ridiculous claims?

    Why does this site compound the problem by repeating it??

  3. Cameron Bater UK

    These had THE worst crash resistance of any vehicle EVER I saw one rolled over once and it turned into a floorpan.

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