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    2 CV 6 “Charleston”

    • Last model
    • Just 15.000 km!
    • Collector`s condition
    Colour Gris Nocturne/ Gris Cormoran
    Interior Velour grey
    Type Cabriolet
    Gearbox Manual shift
    Drive Left
    Power 29 PS
    Mileage 15024 km
    Location Hamburg

    Description:

    In October 1980, Citroën presented the special “Charleston” series of the 2CV at the Paris Motor Show, which was initially limited to 8000 vehicles and cost 24,800 francs. With its chic and unconventional two-tone design, houndstooth seats and round headlights, the 2CV 6 Charleston was the most unusual version of the 2CV and, after the 2CV Spot from 1976, successfully joined the newly emerging, coveted limited editions. Due to the great demand for the special limited edition, the Charleston was then put into standard production a year later, in July 1981. Manufactured at the Levallois factory near Paris, the new variant differed from the limited edition by chrome headlights and grey velour upholstery with a diamond pattern. The 2CV remains one of the icons of automotive history and enjoys a large collector scene around the world. The Charleston has also contributed significantly to this outstanding success.

    According to the available carte grise, the “duck” presented here was delivered to France. A few years ago, the vehicle came to Germany and changed owners once again.  It is a model from the last year of production with a low mileage of only 15,000 km!

    The board papers and a Classic Data report with a condition score of 1 are available. Last year, the car received a historic registration and is in an excellent collector’s condition.

    Engine:
    2-cylinder-Boxer engine, 597 cm³, 29 hp

    24.500,00 €

    (§ 25 a, no tax to be shown)

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    Description:

    In October 1980, Citroën presented the special “Charleston” series of the 2CV at the Paris Motor Show, which was initially limited to 8000 vehicles and cost 24,800 francs. With its chic and unconventional two-tone design, houndstooth seats and round headlights, the 2CV 6 Charleston was the most unusual version of the 2CV and, after the 2CV Spot from 1976, successfully joined the newly emerging, coveted limited editions. Due to the great demand for the special limited edition, the Charleston was then put into standard production a year later, in July 1981. Manufactured at the Levallois factory near Paris, the new variant differed from the limited edition by chrome headlights and grey velour upholstery with a diamond pattern. The 2CV remains one of the icons of automotive history and enjoys a large collector scene around the world. The Charleston has also contributed significantly to this outstanding success.

    According to the available carte grise, the “duck” presented here was delivered to France. A few years ago, the vehicle came to Germany and changed owners once again.  It is a model from the last year of production with a low mileage of only 15,000 km!

    The board papers and a Classic Data report with a condition score of 1 are available. Last year, the car received a historic registration and is in an excellent collector’s condition.

    Engine:
    2-cylinder-Boxer engine, 597 cm³, 29 hp

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