Le Patron

The Citroën 2CV based Dutch kitcar brand from the Netherlands.
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"Le Patron" was founded in the Netherlands in 1998 after failing to convince a UK based kitcar company to improve their product.

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Le Patron logo.

The designers of "Le Patron" kitcars have preserved the looks of Morgan's boattail sportscars and improved the buildability, the fitting of parts and the interiour size because the Dutch are among the tallest people in the world.

Most "Le Patron" builders/owners are united in the Dutch "2CV Kitcarclub" (founded in 1992) which is the younger sister of the Citroen Specials Club in the UK (founded in 1983).

"Le Patron" kitcars can be ordered as four wheel or three wheel cars (it is the only brand that received Dutch Road Authority Type Approval for their threewheeler).

The cars feature optional hinged doors, dickey seat, full weather kit, bucket seats, chromium or stainless parts, wire wheels and lots more accessories.

(source: Wim van den Bergh)

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