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Key Information

Lot number
113
Sale Price
Not Sold
Make & Model
CITROEN 2CV6 Speciale
Registration
G153SGT
Year
1997
Colour
White
Engine Size
602 cc
Chassis No.
VF7AZKA00KA365378
Engine No.
Documents
V5C; MOT May 2022 with no advisories; one old MOT; restoration invoices; handbooks and service book with 16 stamps

Full Description

1989 Citroen 2CV6 Speciale

Just two owners and 67,000 miles from new; recently restored and converted to Beachcomber spec with many new parts; excellent service history; driven 100 miles to the sale; a lovely car all round

This lovely 2CV6 Speciale was bought new in Brussels in September 1989 by a Dr Bertolini and was ordered in white as a right-hand drive model. He used it to commute from Belgium to his home his home in Oxfordshire, keeping it for 17 years and always getting it serviced at his local Oxford Citroen dealer, the service book showing no fewer than 16 stamps up to 56,460 miles in July 2006 when the book runs out of pages.
In December 2006 it was acquired by a Welsh lady in whose name it has remained ever since. Old MOTs show that it was in regular use until 2010 when it was put into storage with around 66,000 miles on the clock. In late 2019/early 2020 the car was extensively restored to its current condition with bills on file for around £2,800.
This included converting the car to France 3 spec, this being a limited edition model that was produced in 1983 to celebrate Citroen sponsoring France’s entry to the America’s Cup yacht race and which was also marketed in the UK as the Beachcomber. Completely standard under the skin, it had a special blue and white colour scheme both inside and out with chrome headlights and hub caps and a France 3 sticker on the boot lid.
Genuine Citroen parts were used throughout and included a new Beachcomber interior with new seat covers and seat foams, new door cards, sun visors, steering wheel and soft top. The bodywork was restored as necessary with new rear wings and floor sections, new chrome headlamps, door mirrors, front and rear bumpers and France 3/Beachcomber graphics. A new Citroen gearbox was also fitted, the old one being included in the sale although it will need attention.
The wheels were all refurbished and fitted with new chrome hub caps and new Michelin tyres (including the spare). The car was also treated to a full service and fitted with electronic ignition, flying through its MOT in May this year with no advisories recorded. It comes with all its original handbooks in the original Citroen wallet.
Affectionately known as Sergeant Bilko, this freshly restored and serviced Beachcomber-lookalike is in very good order throughout, has covered only 67,000 miles in the hands of two owners and was driven 100 miles to the sale. Given the way that 2CV values have climbed of late, it looks great value at the sensible guide price suggested.
For more information contact James on 07970 309907 or email james.dennison@brightwells.com