Fully complying with the French regulations, are vehicles are licensed to carry passengers, and undergo a technical check (british MOT) every year.
The Tropical Blue
Citroën 2CV6 Special from 1985
Her 602 cm3 engine generates a 30cv horsepower, and she was one of the last 2CVs manufactured in France. She kept its factory bodywork and original paint, which was only produced by Citroën in 1984 and 1985. Fully restored since, she was Thierry's first 2CV, the one who gave him the virus of classic cars !
The Vallelunga Red
Citroën 2CV6 Special from 1982
Powered by the same engine as her blue neighbour, she spent a previous life under a light blue colour, before being repainted with the famous Vallelunga Red, widespread in the 80's. Bought by Thierry from a police officer, she was fitted since with a strengthened chassis, with a view to tackle a long road trip one day. But this is another story...
Louise, our Citroën Traction Avant
(Light Fifteen) 11 BL from 1947
She was the last to arrive in our garage. Louise was made in Paris in autumn 1947. Her previous owner in Lyon had kept her for 40 years, and carefully revovated her. He had taken her to many car shows before handing her over to Thierry. With her original Tonneline grille from the 40's, she is one of the very few left on the road . A trip back in time...
Les 2CV de la Haute Bruche
4 rue de l'église, 67420 Saulxures, France
Tél : (+33) 6 82 38 97 30
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Une enseigne de la société Duckway SAS au capital de 6000 €
RCS Saverne TI 838 169 316
Siret 838 169 316 00018, APE 4932Z
Licence Préfectorale n° 2018/44/0000571
Capacité Professionnelle en Transport Routier de Personnes n° JEV1117 03662
Assurances RC et véhicules auprès de GROUPAMA