1986 Citroen 2CV Dolly 600cc Air Cooled Carb
Nice, but dangerous
Bodywork and interior fittings always falling apart, but there was very little that I couldn't fix myself with gaffer tape and/or superglue.
Rear brake drums fell off (yes, really) a few times, but they were easily and cheaply fixed.
In the end rust got the chasis and despite the fairly low mileage (nearly all of it in the last three years of its life (with me) ) that was that.
Nice little car to drive, fairly comfortable even for tall people like myself, after-market (no other option) radio sounded okay, and of course - convertible!
0 - 60 in well under a year.
Wasn't really interested in petrol, so huge mpg was had out of the thing.
Boot space adequate and spacious if back seats removed (very easilly).
Reliable if a bit shoddy, but with very little that could go wrong. Never ever failed to start, although it did occasionally need the ignition to be sprayed with antifreeze before the key would turn.
Built out of nothing stronger than bacofoil, so crash=death.
Unusual gear-stick arrangement to some getting used to.
Only drank four star.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 21st December, 2003