Category Archives: 2CV
This image is not a good representation of how this Citroen Ami6 Papercraft will turn out. If you download and build this free papercraft model of the Ami6, it will probably come out quite nice. I did the same, and … Continue reading
Now available on the iBookstore, a small ePub with a brief history of the 2CV in paper, with a collection of simple papercraft models based on the 2CV papercraft you find on this site. The booklet contains 14 models of … Continue reading
If you happen to be in Vieux Vichy (France), remember to visit KECK’s Nature shop, and pick-up one of the custom-made 2CV postcards showing a 2CV AK250 with Keck’s logo on the side.
The paper models of the 2CV you find on this site form an excellent basis for creative classroom exercises. They are all similar in complexity, yet sufficiently different. Especially, if you take uncolored models, then the children in the class … Continue reading
Living in Switzerland there are two things I came to appreciate and respect. First, the disruptive force of weather. Born in Holland, I obviously have some natural respect for the powers of nature (specifically water and wind) but Holland, basically being … Continue reading
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The first 2CV Charleston came on the market in the period 1979/1981. It was inspired by Art-Deco two colour styles 1920s Citroën model colour schemes. Initially introduced as a limited edition (red-black) it became a standard model in 1981. For about EUR … Continue reading
Is the 2CV making a return? There are rumours circulating about a retro 2CV, following the retro MINI and the retro Fiat 500. You can downlod a – maybe too simple – paper model here.
The 2CV Pickup. Maninly used by the Royal Navy, aboard HMS Bulwark and Albion in the late 1950s and early 1960s,and transported on and off the ships by helicopter. The pick-up truck version was used for pioneering Royal Marine helicopter carrier amphibious … Continue reading
Siebren (our son, at the time I write this almost 5) sometimes – well, often actually – just takes a pair of scissors, tape and start building. One time his ‘assilo’ (pre-school) teacher told us that he does not like … Continue reading
The prototype of the 2CV, the Tres Petite Vehicle, also known as the TPV. Completely build from aluminium and with a water cooled engine, only one head lamp.
The Dolly versions were released in 1985, with two-tone paintwork in original colour combinations, such as vanilla and grey, green and black, and red and grey. Victims of their success, the èDolliesî also became standard production Citroens.