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Citroën 2CV "Sauss Ente"

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A Citroën 2cv which I did for a GB on another forum.

The 2cv was a common sight on the roads in Denmark when I grew up in the '70's and 80's. My friends mum

had one and we were often picked up from school, driven to football training etc. in it........

The "Sauss Ente" edition was produced exclusively  for the German market where it was introduced in 1987.

My goal was to build a 2cv in daily use with faded paint work, dust and dirt etc....

It was a very nice kit from Revell with lots of attention to detail.

 

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very nice....I'm about to start this kit myself.

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Your 2CV build is very realistic and authentic Anders..... also, interesting to hear about the history of the car. Good photos, especially on the grass.

David

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Very realistic weathering, nothing overdone, just enough to make it look well-used.

This version was available here too and I remember them well. I once drove an older 2CV to Stuttgart and back - not the most ideal car for the Autobahn.

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Fantastic build, love it!

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Looks great!

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Very cool. Well done.

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Very realistic looking. I agree with everyone else on the weathering, it looks perfect. I like how you even hinged the side windows. The 1:1 car has a very interesting history as I'm sure you are aware.

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Wow, that is incredible!  Really excellent work.

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Very lovely work.

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This is awesome. Love it!

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Thank you for the kind words guys. Much appreciated!!!

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