Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - Buying & Selling -

Im­mensely pop­u­lar through­out its 42-year life, France’s mould-break­ing car for the masses makes just as much sense to­day as it did back in 1948. The dreaded tin­worm has done for tens of thou­sands of ex­am­ples over the years, mean­ing val­ues have in­creased steadily.

This mid-1970s ex­am­ple is said to have been ex­ten­sively re­stored and re­mains in ex­cel­lent con­di­tion, mean­ing it must be worth a look. And if the es­ti­mate is a bit too fruity for some buy­ers, there’s a 1984 Charleston es­ti­mated at £20003000 in the same sale.

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