1974 (1989) RHD 2CV (Edith)

Edith is originally a RHD Mangualde (Portugal) car, 1989 I believe, which has been frame off restored and titled as a 1974 (ring). Clean title. Texas car: no rust. Spent time in Liverpool England as a green/white and transformed into plum/custard with some upgrades (canvas top, galvanized frame, 123 ignition, +++) – The car is a project car.  Carb has been taken off and dipped … just not reassembled (rebuild kit comes with). Front flairs (wings) are off for access to rebuild and comes with an extra right wing that is scratched.  Front dash is off with plans to repair the vent flap.  Battery disconnected and stored for safety.  This is when I injured my back and now it sits without hope of future at my hands.  Comes with hundreds of extras (square headlamps, trailer hitch, boot lid, fan, spark plug(s), air filter, belts, throttle cable, master cylinder, turn signal, door handle, +++). You get it all. I even will include the tool kit I put together, plus a bent spanner to access the carb nuts so you don’t have to remove the bracket for the alternator.  I am absolutely certain there will be many more parts that I will find once a new owner comes forth.  The car is located in the DFW area and will need to be trailered. Pictures show current state and one pic of Edith fresh off restoration.  Again, this is a project car, but once put back together, I have no doubt she will please a new owner.  Asking $2,000 OBO.  Thanks. Will William Jones
















Car is titled and registered as a 1983 in California. Currently on non-op.

Garage kept, good condition.

$10K OBO

Bernard Pradel 530-306-8912

Placerville, CA











I got my first lei in





Hawaii in my brand new 1952 748cc 4CV Renault. It was the first of three of the same model that I have enjoyed over my automotive ownership.

This Renault that I am selling is of the same lineage as my original. In it I happily beat Henry Kaiser’s 1954 first fiberglass Darrin sports car in an 8 hour rally around Hawaii. My navigator, US Coast Guard Lt. Dolliver, reminded me as we were driving that he was married and had two children who expected him home after the driving event ended in the morning so “slow it down.” My competition included members of the Sports Car Club of America and the MG club of Hawaii driving their prized TC’s, TD’s, Jaguar 120’s, Jowett Jupiters, Austin Healeys, Triumph TR2’s and cars of that ilk.

The car that I am selling ascended from the cool Arizona environment after 40 years in the wilderness with no tablets (or commandments) in hand, or parts manual, but in parts.  I had tracked the car for several years on the usual search engines before finally picking the car up in Phoenix, Arizona in 2000.Of course, the car was designed as a rear-engine car but the previous owner for some reason had moved the engine from its proper position to the rear seat before abandoning it.

Over the last 20 years real car loving mechanics have tended to this Southern California classic rebuild as I happily enjoyed the thumbs up of other drivers, photos at stop signs, and other accolades such as “People’s Choice” awards on a couple occasions at Citroen Car Club Rendezvous.

I was an owner/driver of a Citroen Maserati (SM) for 28 years. I appreciate the accoutrements of the marque, as does Jay Leno in his “Jay Leno’s Garage” TV series. The Citroen club has generously allowed me to display my 4CV at their events.

The late/great past president pf the Citroen club, Wally Escherich installed a transmission in my 4CV about 3 years ago.  The owner of Dave’s European Auto Service, (Dave Miller) has been the perfectionist mechanic I have depended upon for several years. He will be happy to answer your technical questions about the car.

Dave can be reached at 951 663-0547 or

The car is at my home in Hemet

Larry Peacock

1295 S. Cawston Ave. Space 107

Hemet, CA 92545

951 929-9243


































1974 DS 23 Pallas FOR SALE

5 Speed

Turning lights

Odometer reads 19533

Clear California title and current registration


Dennis Nishitsuji

San Dimas