The plucky little 2CV is named after the tax horsepower of the original powerplant -- Deux Chevaux or two horses en français. The toute petite voiture (compact) was designed in the '30s by the French automaker Citroën before the world went to war, but production continued in the post war France with a few upgrades.
For the sake of posterity, I am including the entire oddly capitalized description from the seller:
I Was Cleaning My Garage This Spring And Found This... It's A 1960 Citroen Deux Chevaux Truckette Which I Bought In 1977.. But It Has To Go. It's A Good Example Of An Early Truckette With The 18 Horse Engine. The Engine Starts And Runs But Hasn't Been Driven For 3 Years When It Got A Brake Master And Hoses. I Have Many Extras Including A Couple Of Gearbox's, A Later Model 21 Horse Engine And The Original 12 Horse Engine.
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