Citroën 2CV Camionnette
The Citroën 2CV is an economy car produced by the French company Citroën from 1948 to 1990. Introduced at the 1948 Paris Mondial de l’Automobile, it has an air-cooled engine that is mounted in the front and drives the front wheels.
In 1951, the 2CV received an ignition lock and a lockable driver’s door. Production reached 100 cars a week. By the end of 1951 production totalled 16,288. Citroën introduced the 2CV Fourgonnette panel van.
Place of manufacture: Paris (France)
Date of manufacture: December 1960
Engine: 425 cc