As an expert in 2CV engines, the 2CV Méhari Club Cassis has its own 2CV engine workshop and also distributes numerous spare parts for 2CV 435cc or 602cc engines: single-body or dual-body carburetors 2CV, alternators, starters, electronic ignitions, air filters, coils, fuel tanks... a full range of accessories and equipment for the engines of your 2CV or your 2CV minivan.
Are you looking for a 2CV alternator or starter? Opt for MEHARI CLUB CASSIS! An expert in older Citroën vehicles for more than 30 years, we bring to you a unique catalogue of new parts dedicated to the engine and the engine environment among which are the alternator and the starter as well as numerous accessories for the fastening and the functioning of these elements: starter carbons, starter pull rods, alternator fuses, alternator drive belts, Ducellier brush holders, mobile brackets and many others.
Sale of carbus and accessories of 2CV carburettors for the legendary Citroën.
All the generations of the flat-twin that motorised the two brackets from their creation till the end of their production in 1990 at the factory of Mangualde in Portugal have been powered by a carburettor. The 2CV carburettor is a device supplied with air and petrol that, by combining these two elements in a very precise proportion, produces the gaseous mixture provided to the engine and enables its functioning.
We sell the parts and components for a 2CV’s ignition system. Our online store also gives you the possibility of ordering the various spare parts and components of a 2CV ignition circuit, regardless of the model, the engine and voltage - 6V or 12V - of your Citroën.
Our range of spare parts for the 2CV engine and its cooling system. As an expert in the legendary Citroën recognized by all professionals for over 30 years, our company distributes a large number of spare parts for all the generations of 2CV engines, and notably for those of 435cc and 602cc bore. The 2CV sedans and vans have indeed had different engines throughout their history, since the original commercial launch of the 2CV in October, 1948. at the Paris Motor Show, until the last models made in Portugal in 1990.