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Renault 4CV

It was the first French car to sell over a million units.

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Canon EOS 6D Mark II
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Jul 25, 2020, 3:29:14 PM
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Overstek's avatar

Here in Montevideo you could see a few of them going around up to the first half of the 2010s.

organicvision's avatar

Thanks, it was a popular car back in its time ;)

Such an elegant car! Thank you for that shot!

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Thank you for stopping by!

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The new paint job keeps it in fashion ;)

Mr-Pink-Rose's avatar

It's pretty rare to see an old European car in two-tone paint. Looks very nice, though.

organicvision's avatar
Today it's not rare and I 'm sure this one was repainted.
Skoshi8's avatar

Renault's answer to the 2CV, I guess.

Wasn't that the R4?

Skoshi8's avatar

The 2CV and 4CV came out in the late 1940s, the R4 was introduced in 1961.

Okay that's a good point! So I was chronological wrong, sorry.

But I think it's fair to say, that both Renault cars, the 4CV and the R4 were the main concurrent to the Citroën 2CV and aimed for the same clients. And the R4 followed the same philosophy as the 2CV: Simplicity and lightweight.

organicvision's avatar

I had the same thought. This was a bit sexier than the 2cv. The number of CV concerns power, taxes and insurance in France so this one was double ;)

angelstied's avatar

Quite a large steering wheel. No power assist so you needed the leverage to make a turn.

organicvision's avatar
Not much power steering in the 1950 s but you could feel the road.
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A classic Renault :)
1987arevalo's avatar
Excellente photographie d'une vieille voiture
organicvision's avatar
Merci, elle a été bien refaite.
cullyferg2010's avatar

That is small. Would just about work as a clown car in a circus.

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