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1963 Citroën 2CV Standard 'Ente'

1963 Citroën 2CV Standard in 1. Trimester: Zur Hölle mit den Paukern, Movie, 1968 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: FR — Made for: D

1963 Citroën 2CV Standard 'Ente'

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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Ralph DE

2009-08-12 00:42

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sixcyl FR

2009-08-12 08:42

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1961-65 AZL Made in Belgium for D, I suppose

DynaMike NL

2009-08-12 12:12

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That's what I expected it to be, indeed. But I have some doubts... Belgian are the shiny bezels on the headlights and also the Hella taillight and separate license plate light holders were used on Belgian produced cars for the German market. But Belgian AZL from this period always had the third side window, two-tone interior of the doors, and bigger, aluminium bumpers. So if Belgian, then AZ. But there's the aluminium strip on the sil. And the window of the rear door is French - Belgian cars had a rubber framed window, this one has a metallic frame, like on French cars. Therefore I guess this is a French AZL from 1963 (first year of Gris Rosé, AC 136), adapted with German taillights and aftermarket front indicators. Maybe a private import? (Badeb-Baden is very close to France...)

AMI6 DE

2009-09-15 11:01

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DynaMike wrote That's what I expected it to be, indeed. But I have some doubts... Belgian are the shiny bezels on the headlights and also the Hella taillight and separate license plate light holders were used on Belgian produced cars for the German market. But Belgian AZL from this period always had the third side window, two-tone interior of the doors, and bigger, aluminium bumpers. So if Belgian, then AZ. But there's the aluminium strip on the sil. And the window of the rear door is French - Belgian cars had a rubber framed window, this one has a metallic frame, like on French cars. Therefore I guess this is a French AZL from 1963 (first year of Gris Rosé, AC 136), adapted with German taillights and aftermarket front indicators. Maybe a private import? (Badeb-Baden is very close to France...)




It is indeed a French AZL (1962 or early 1963). In Germany this type was called "Standard" (in contrast to the "Luxe", which was a Belgian built AZL3 or later AZM3). In Germany the "Standard" could either be Belgian or French built (In NL you only had Belgian cars in the 60ies as far as I know). The round flashing lights in the front wings are typical for French built car sold in Germany (until 1963). The Belgian "Standard" after Mai 1961 had rectangular flashing lights (like in the Benelux countries).

DynaMike NL

2009-09-15 12:24

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Thanks, AMI6 !

Herzlichst willkommen auf diese Site! Schön, daß jetzt auch ein deutscher Sachverständiger in Sachen Citroën sich meldet!

Just to be sure: this car was sold in Germany as "2CV AZL Standard", then?

Ami6 DE

2009-10-05 15:55

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DynaMike wrote Thanks, AMI6 !

Herzlichst willkommen auf diese Site! Schön, daß jetzt auch ein deutscher Sachverständiger in Sachen Citroën sich meldet!

Just to be sure: this car was sold in Germany as "2CV AZL Standard", then?


It was sold as a "2CV Standard" (in contrast to the "2CV Luxe" = AZL3 or AZM3)
regards
Ami6

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