Citroën 2cv Charleston
Millésime 1989

In 1957, Michelin bought Citroën and put Pierre Boulanger in charge. He had the idea of creating a car for the rural social classes, which would allow the parent company Michelin to increase its tyre business. The specifications were simple : “TPV” (very small car, “toute petite voiture” in French), 4 seats, 50kg of transportable luggage, 60km/h top speed, easily driven by a beginner and with impeccable comfort : the egg baskets must arrive intact!

The 2CV was born.

Among all the 2CVs, there is one that holds a special place in the hearts of the French: the Charleston special series. We chose it in its famous two-tone black and red Delage dress, which reminds us wonderfully of our Burgundy colour. For us, the Charleston is the most chic of the “deux pattes” and perfectly embodies French elegance.

Technical data :

Engine : twin-cylinder boxer 602 cm3
Gearbox : manual, 4 speed
Number of seats : 4
Finish : blue denim interior
Equipment : manual sunroof


Mini 1300 MPI
Millésime 2000

In the 1950s, the Suez Canal crisis shook the car industry. In England, the Anglo-Greek engineer Alec Issigonisla of the BMC (British Motor Corporation) decides to design an economical vehicle, a people’s car that will better cope with the crisis.

The Mini was born.

The 1300 MPI is the last version of this beautiful generation that will end in 2000. It is distinguished by the arrival of fuel injection. It is for us the perfect compromise between a timeless vintage look and an ease of use. We have chosen a “Chic” version with a large sunroof to allow you to fully enjoy your ride under the sun.

Technical data :

Engine : 4 cylinder 1,275 cm3
Gearbox : manual, 5 speeds
Number of seats : 4
Finish : beige leather interior
Equipment : electric sunroof


Millésime 2003

Fifteen years after the MGB was discontinued, MG relaunched the British roadster in 1995 with the MGF. In 2002, a new descendant arrived.

The MG TF was born.

The MG TF stands out from the majority of modern roadsters because of its mid-engine and chassis architecture, which is common to the Lotus Elise. In March 2002, in Geneva, it won the title of most beautiful European convertible of the year. In March 2003, it was awarded the title of ‘Most Beautiful Convertible in the World’ at a ceremony in Milan. For us, it is a perfect example of driving pleasure with its hair in the wind.

Technical data :

Engine : 4-cylinder 1,800 cm3
Gearbox : manual, 5-speed
Number of seats : 2
Finish : black leather interior
Equipment : manual soft top