How to Restore Citroen 2CV 1949 - 1990 : Enthusiast's Restoration Manual

By Lindsay Porter

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The definitive guide to restoring the Citroën 2CV and its close relatives the Dyane, Van, Ami 6 & Mehari. Aimed at the owner, here is a step-by-step, hands-on guide to every aspect of restoration including body, trim and mechanical components. Over 1400 colour photos illustrate every stage of the process.


This Enthusiast's Restoration Guide is the definitive guide to restoring the Citroën 2CV and its close relatives the Dyane, Van, Ami 6 and Mehari. Aimed at the owner, this is a step-by-step, hands-on guide to every aspect of restoration, including body, trim, engine and gearbox, suspension and steering, brakes, electrical equipment, interior and sun roof, paintwork and brightwork. Also covered is guidance for routine maintenance, tools and equipment, and information about clubs, specialists and suppliers. Model years from 1949 to 1990 are covered. Over 1400 colour photos illustrate every stage of the process, with clear detailed instructions. No 2CV owner should be without this book!

● THE definitive guide to restoring the Citroën 2CV, Dyane and Van
● Over 7.5 million of these cars and vans were built all around the world
● Step-by-step, hands-on how to do everything from changing a wing (fender) to changing the chassis
● Over 1400 colour photographs
● Covers all aspects of restoration: bodywork, interior trim and mechanical components
● Originality guide, including colour schemes and production changes
● What to look for when buying the project vehicle
Publisher
Veloce Publishing
ISBN
1903706440
ISBN-13
9781903706442
Format
Paperback: 272 pages
Published
2005

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