A passionate family history
The 2CV Méhari Club Cassis adventure started in the 1980s when 3 brothers, Georges, Philippe and Gilles, set up their business near to their father’s Citroën dealership. They started by restoring and customising Méharis before going on to set up their own spare parts catalogue a few years later.
In 1998 the Citroën company itself fully appreciated how their work would maintain enthusiasm for their famous twin-chevron car models and thus provided them with their own original tools such that they could manufacture parts for the Méhari which had since been discontinued. In the early 2000s the same thing was then done for the 2CV.
2CV Méhari Club Cassis was originally a family concern and is now widely appreciated for the value for money of their spare parts, the quality of their restoration works, their unique service offer and their support for both retail and professional customers.
Ever since their creation the loyalty of their professional customers and the trust of the Citroën company, 2CV Méhari Club Cassis has become the essential reference for lovers of this famous car manufacturer and its emblematic models: 2CV, Méhari, Dyane.