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My favourite car....

Photo: Rodney Smith

I have always loved the 2CV. It is a car that makes me smile everytime that I see one.



Photo : Rodney Smith

Our neighbours had one in NZ and I adored it, never in my wildest dreams did I ever think that I would ever be living in 2CV land.

One of our friends has just bought a fabulous white and black one so I am hoping to take some photos this weekend, weather permitting!
A bientot
L x



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  1. Oh, I love that car too. My favourite one is in the pale blue colour!

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  2. Hi! I love them too! I would really like one of them, later today we`re going to look at an old car (1964), not a 2CV, but it`s an old and charming one! See you at French friday, I`m so glad you would join! AK

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  3. GREAT photos... what a wonderful car!

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  4. I want one with a driver... so I can stand up like that!

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  5. What beautiful lines that car has! I look forward to your photos.

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  6. What fun, fabulous photos! It's like a mini-vacation...

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  7. aww, isn't that such a cute car! i think i could actually parallel park that!
    xox

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  8. what fanatstic photo of a wonderful car, Merci....

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  9. So cute... and beautiful photography too! I've gotten (happily) lost for too long on his site :)

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  10. Love it...You are soooooo lucky to live in France. I only wish to visit someday. Thank you so much for visiting my blog.
    Hugs...
    Cathleen

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  11. Isn't it the cutest little thing? I love it too! A-M xx

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  12. I have spoken to my friend who owns the white 2CV - he works at a fabulous chateau, we have arranged to take photos of "Dolly' there next week so watch this space :-)

    Leeann

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  13. I love this one and thr fiat 500

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