“What kind of car is that?” Anna asked her husband, who fancied himself to be a car buff. “I’ve never seen anything like that.”
It’s a Citroen Deux Chevaux,” Brad said. “It’s rare to see one over here.”
“I’ve never heard of it,” Anna said.
“That’s not surprising,” Brad said. “It was a French car and it was in production from 1948 through 1990. It was said to be France’s answer to Germany’s Volkswagen. The idea was to make cars affordable for regular people. It’s a classic.”
“Look, it has a for sale sign,” Anna said.
“Really?” Brad said, smiling.
Written for Rochelle Wisoff-Fields’ Friday Fictioneers prompt. Photo credit: Brenda Cox.