You can’t accuse Citroen of not getting the most from its 2CV platform. The Mehari was conceived to appeal to the rapidly expanding recreational market and was minimalist in the extreme. The corrugated bodywork was made from ABS plastic, which was both durable and rugged, and the doors and soft-top designed for easy removal. 2CV mechanics meant any half-competent spannerman could fix a Mehari with the most basic of tools. A four-wheel-drive twin-engined version was produced, and remains desirable, otherwise the main following is in France.