ma premiere voiture, c'est vraiment une superbe voiture, elle passe partout,
This car is called in Liechtenstein and Switzerland "ENTE" (= duck).
It's like the Beetle of France!!
Nice car!I wonder does this old Citroen car lowers itself when parked? hehe...
I've never seen one of those around here!
Une 2CV, en francais, aka deudeuche. Late 40es, early 50es, I'd guess. Very well preserved! C'est une beauté!
I don't believe this!!!!!! I've got one scheduled for this week I think!!!! La deuche, quelle voiture formidable !
It's very rare that you see a French car in US. I've seen a few Fiats in California but no French car. Nice
An usual and unique sighting; great capture.
Its a Dolly! I saw a green one toady in town.
There's also one back in Athens, waiting inside a street for many months now to move.In Germany people would call this car as well "Ente" - "duck".A wonderful Tuesday for you.
What's really strange is seeing a Minnesota license plate on it.Well, maybe not, what with all the strange people up there in the north country! I won't name any names, though.
I had one of these in Paris in the mid-seventies...it dated from 20years before....and finally gave up the ghost in front of the Eiffel Tower.
Nice and curious sighting! I hope it isn't a dumped car...
This was the coolest ever! :-)
Very funny, Leif, and thank you for mentioning me. I have just found your comment on my blog. I work so much that I avoid visiting my own blog not to spend too much time far from my ladder (I want to get rid of my work as soon as I can, which could be in a week or two). I am sorry for not seeing your comment sooner. I will be more "vigilant" now.
«Louis» would love to get a 2CV to use for his shop!
Cute car! I'd want one if it were purple :)
A lovely car ... reminds me of Herbie ....
Gosh I love those cars. Around here there are still plenty of those. I think they call it "dos caballos" in Spanish refering to 2CVs
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