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2CV prototype 1939
2CV
prototype
1939

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2CV 1953
2CV
A-serie

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AU 1951 (front view)
AU

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AZU(250) front view
AZU(250)
1954-1978

In 1954 the engine gets 12HP from 425 cc. and the van gets the name AZU.
Many modifications were made till the last (AZU)250 from 1978.
The picture shows an AZU from between 1961-
1964.

AK350
AK350
1963-1970

This "camionette" is 20 cm. longer than the AZU250 and could have a load of 350 instead of 250 kgs. It had the 602 cc Ami-engine.

2CV Sahara
2CV Sahara
1964-1966

The Sahara has 4x4 with 2 engines, one in the front on the normal place and another 12 HP in the back. It can drive up a steep sandhill from 50 degrees!

AK400
AK400
1970-1978

50 Kgs. extra, 16 cm. higher and the 2CV6 engine makes the difference with the AK350.

2CV estate (Iran)
Jian
(Iran)
Citronetta
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Citroneta
(Chile)

The Citroneta was built in the local Chilean Citroën plant. The main difference with the French 2CV is the back! This picture is from the worldtrip of 2 Chilian fireman, Marcello Lama and Ricardo Nazar, which started in 1960 and must have lasted more than 10 years. They showed up several times at Citroën in Paris.

Dagonet
(France)

Jean Dagonet built in the fifties conversions of the 2CV in his factory in Reims. He lowered the car and the weight with a glass-fibre coach.

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