Citroen 2cv Furgonetta

Citroën 2 CV (deux chevaux - French, literally "two horses", from the assessment of tax horses in France) Unique in its genre, our 2 hp Furgonetta was the flagship of the French company Citroen. We have turned it into a small and practical food truck to drive to events and shows. Our Citroen 2cv Furgonetta can be driven with the license B. Cream colored, with the space to place ice and fridge for the service of drinks or cold dishes is perfect for a light menu in typical French style. With the unmistakable corrugated sheet that distinguishes it, the Citroen 2cv van is one of the most beautiful and stylish commercial vehicles ever produced by Citroen. Rental vehicles for fairs

Features

VEHICLE: 1974 - CITROEN 2cv Furgonetta
USE: Promotional, Champagnerie, Coffee Shop, Cocktail Bar, Food Truck
DIMENSIONS: 247cm x 184cm
SET-UP: Worktop, Service Spaces, Icebox

Customizations

Esempio di Citroen 2cv Realizzata per un cliente

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Citroen 2cv Furgonetta Beige Disponibile

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Citroen HY Design Made in France, customized in Italy

Inspired by the Citroën Traction Avant of 1934, the Citroen 2cv version has a single body, without a separate chassis, independent four-wheel suspension and front-wheel drive. the Citroen HY van born for commercial use had unique advantages for the time, making it one of the most coveted vehicles by the French of the time.

"Junkers" (Aircraft) that from the First World War until the 1930s used the typical corrugated sheet that makes our Citroen HY and Citroen 2Cv Furgonetta so "sexy".

The latest models to use this corrugated sheet technique were the Junkers Ju 52s in the late 1930s. Even Henry Ford adopted this construction for the Ford Tri-Motor passenger aircraft, it was a very avant-garde patent at the time. Sheet metal and ribs added strength to the frame without adding weight and required simple and low-cost printing tools. The floor welded to the frame was strong enough to support a horse and this strength also became the trademark of the Citroen Model HY.

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