The Citroën 2CV is a cultural icon that formed as essential a part of the French way of life as Beaujolais or Camembert. The pure logic of its engineering and the integrity of its design won it a legion of fans around the world, not least in the UK. Almost seven million of its various versions and derivatives were built, and today, years after its manufacture ceased, it is still as popular as ever. Now available in paperback, the third edition of this classic book, Citroën 2CV, tells the full story and is packed with appealing photographs, some in colour.
Award-winning motoring writer and historian John Reynolds - author of Citroën: Daring to be Different in the Haynes Classic Makes Series - is a life-long Citroën enthusiast who first rode in a Deux Chevaux 50 years ago.
Citroën 2CV (3rd Edition) features numerous high-quality photographs both in colour and black and white and will evoke fond memories among motorists who have owned or driven a 2CV - and tempt classic car enthusiasts thinking of purchasing one!
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