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    Default Where To Source 2CV Seat Covers and Door Cards

    Is there a recommended supplier for 2CV seat covers and door cards?
    I've heard Western Hemispheres (US) are good generally for Cit parts but have not seen much - or any - mention of them.
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    hello


    have you looked at Der Franzose

    http://www.franzose.de/en/Citroen-2C...zuege-Saetze-/

    I have used them for numerous parts for the DS, they have been very reliable.

    Matthew

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    Excellent selection of seat covers. Hadn't heard of them before.
    Thanks Matthew.

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    I have just spent a small fortune on mine, and all parts including full interior and door cards have come from 2cviking France.

    Peter and Lorraine have been excellent communicators and completely reliable.

    Google 2cviking catalogue.

    Dollar is hgh, meaning prices are quite affordable.

    Chris Mortimer

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    Quote Originally Posted by qmusic View Post
    I have just spent a small fortune on mine, and all parts including full interior and door cards have come from 2cviking France.

    Peter and Lorraine have been excellent communicators and completely reliable.

    Google 2cviking catalogue.

    Dollar is hgh, meaning prices are quite affordable.

    Chris Mortimer
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    I get my 2cv parts from
    www.mcda.com/
    and
    www.mehariclub.com/
    both have excellent catalogues and good service.

    Most of the 2cv still running are in France, Germany and Holland - that's where the parts are distributed in quantity.
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    Plenty out there - thanks all . Only problem is I'm a typical mono-lingual Aussie with Anglo roots so some of the options are a bit hard to pursue. If only I'd learnt French............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inspector Clouseau View Post
    Plenty out there - thanks all . Only problem is I'm a typical mono-lingual Aussie with Anglo roots so some of the options are a bit hard to pursue. If only I'd learnt French............
    I think Anglo roots and French love are one and the same.

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    The Dutch and German suppliers work in English as does the Amicale de Citroën Internationale. You are not alone.
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