Iconic Citroen turned into an unusual motor home (video)

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Cult Citroen turned into unusual motorhome (video)

The old Citroen 2CV has become a truck tractor and now tows a motorhome. Inside the trailer, a kitchen, a bedroom and a bathroom were equipped, and solar panels were installed on the roof.

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A very unusual Citroen 2CV drives in Switzerland. The famous budget car was turned into a real road train, and its semi-trailer is equipped with a living compartment. A video about it appeared on blogger Matthew Horren's Youtube channel.

Cult Citroen turned into an unusual motor home (video)

Cult Citroen turned into unusual motorhome (video)

Iconic Citroen turned into an unusual motorhome (video)

Cult Citroen turned into an unusual motorhome (video)

Cult Citroen turned into unusual motorhome (video)

The iconic Citroen has been turned into an unusual motorhome (video)

Cult Citroen turned into unusual motorhome (video)

Cult Citroen turned into an unusual motorhome (video)

Cult Citroen turned into unusual motorhome (video)

Cult Citroen turned into an unusual motorhome (video)

The owner of an unusual motorhome, Bernd, said that since childhood he dreamed of a Citroen 2CV. He has been building a road train since 1996, using components from several different car models. He called his creation Dölüggs.

In particular, the “piece tractor” actually uses only the front end of a 2CV. Hiding inside is a reinforced chassis from a Citroen Acadyane van and a more powerful 34-hp Citroen Visa engine. With. This allows you to accelerate to 90 km/h with a semi-trailer and 105 km/h without it. In addition, four-wheel drive appeared.

A double bed, a small workplace with a desk and a bathroom appeared in the residential module. There is also a kitchen with a gas stove and refrigerator. Electrical equipment is powered by solar panels that are laid out on the roof.