Once upon a time, there was a Citroën lover from the Netherlands who loved tinkering with cars. He owned a modern Citroën and a Traction Avant, so many of his needs were already met. He lived on a small farm, a place you frequently have to tow things around. A trailer would be a useful, yet boring solution. A pick-up is more fun, but Citroën did not have much to offer in this regard. So why not build one yourself?
You buy an Acadiane, a Dyane body, and some iron hardware. You do some welding and carpentry, and suddenly you’ve got yourself a useful powered trailer with an open roof. The Dutch RDW rewarded this by changing the license type to an open vehicle. Built upon a chassis that does not shy away from terrain work, with technology that is basically indestructible. This all happened sometime in the 80s.
Until recently, it has done its job well, carrying many bushes, waste, plant pots, and other things. The owner had passed away and it was gathering dust in a barn, which was a shame, seeing how nice and useful it still is. We gave it some technical attention. Price is based on taking it with you as it is.