Like Adrian pointed out, make sure you realize you are buying a Right Hand Drive
2CV if you go to the UK. As long as the
car is 25 years old or older you won't have a problem. I highly recommend
finding an import broker and letting them
handle the red tape for you.
I would bet France or Belgium might be better. I actually get along
with the Germans better, but, there are not nearly so many 2CVs there.
France and Belgium are where almost all of them are from what I
The 2CV is not a car for the American highway, much less the Autobahn.
Are GS's old enough to come to America now?
As long as the car is 25 years old it's good to come in. I drive a 2CV6 in the
summer time and while it's not fast I
think that you can safely drive one on any road in the USA if you drive within
the 2CV's abilities. You'll find that
many of the 2CVs in the US are later 2CV6s that have paperwork that titles them
older so they can be imported.
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