Vincent Beyaert describes the production and development of the 2CV assembled at the Forest plant in Belgium.
The Méhari found use with the police, customs, airports, racecourses, shopkeepers, craftsmen and private individuals.
Here, for the first time, designer Flaminio Bertoni could express himself fully and alone without interference from anyone else imposing the style of the car.
The Citroën Type H made its world premiere exactly 70 years ago at the Paris Automobile Salon 1947. Its recipe for success was typical of the post-war period: simple design, robust technology, reduction to the essentials and its versatility made the front-wheel-driven utility van a “cash cow”. Whether being used …