The Auguttes auction house will have four notable Citroëns on the block Neuilly-sur-Seine, France on November 26, 2023:
This one-of-a-kind 1969 Dyna M created by Spanish designer Pedro Serra and based on the Dyane 6. Châssis number: 2028 503621. Inspired by the Maserati Mistral and designed by Frua, it was created at the request of a Spanish businessman who wanted to produce around 100 examples, but the project died when he did. All original, it is being sold with an estimate of between 15,000 and 25,000 € from its second owner who purchased it in 2022 from a Citroën dealership in Granollers, Spain.
This 1990 2CV Charleston with just 17,000 original kms, is owned by a former Citroën Dealer in the Lot Department in France who bought it brand new when 2CV production was coming to an end. It has always been regularly serviced but it is totally original with not a single component having been changed. It has an auction estimate of between 18,000 and 25,000 €
Here is an opportunity to bid on a 1949 Traction BL Cabriolet. Granted it is a reproduction from an 11BL sedan (probably converted in Corsica) but it is in good mechanical condition and with an auction estimate between 45,000 and 55,000 €, it is a means to own a Traction Cabriolet at less than half the cost of an original one.
To tackle the grueling 2007 Dakar Rally, Méhari Club Cassis created this two-engine 2CV called the Bi-Bip 2 Dakar. Like a 2CV Sahara, a second engine is installed in the rear but rather than the Sahara’s 425 cc versions, Bi-Bip’s engines are 652 cc with Visa cylinder heads. Outfitted with full rally paraphernalia, it is estimated to sell for between 45,000 and 55,000 €.
View the full auction listing here: https://www.aguttes.com/vente/141796-automobiles-de-collection-la-vente-d39automne
Update – Nov. 27, 2023 – Auction Results:
1969 Dyna M – sold for 28,250 €
1990 2CV Charleston – sold for 22,805 €
1949 Traction BL Cabriolet – sold for 50,000 €
Bi-Bip 2 Dakar – sold for 57,636 €