Ami & Dyane

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  • #1808

    120L
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    Hi

    I’m new to the 2CV world in Australia. I have just discovered that there actually are Dyanes and Ami’s here.

    I really like these cars.

    Can any one give me an idea how rare they are and a ball park figure of how much a good driveable car is worth?

    Are they very noisy at 100km/h?

    #1809

    John
    Head honcho

    Dyanes and Ami’s are quite rare indeed.
    I would think they are worth anywhere between 10 and 20K, it would really depend on the condition.
    They would not be quiet if you get them to go to a 100km/h :)

    #1819

    Serge
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    Hi

    I have a 64 Ami 6 sedan. Very quiet little car, lovely on the road. A good one can easily be $25,000 due to it rarity. Have you seen a Bijou, I have a 1961 only a few in Australia last one I saw sold for $53,000 in England.

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    Serge
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    #1822

    Serge
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    Pic of the Bijou

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    #1824

    Serge
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    Ami does 100km/hr + with ease. Bijou 80km/hr on a day with no wind, 65 up a hill and 85 going down. :) if the hill is not too big otherwise 40. But one should not be in a hurry driving it

    #1825

    John
    Head honcho

    That’s the first ever Bijou I have seen in Australia. They were an English oddity only, weren’t they?

    #1826

    Serge
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    Its the only registered one in Australia.  Only 217 were built in Slough as the factory was closing down. Few survive today. Hand made fibreglass, the vision was a small ID19 Coupe type body.  It is a charming car

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