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    • Janeen Dillon

      1956 Valle Chantecler . . . this sort of thing was much more common in post-WWII Europe than here; people could only afford things like motorcycles and microcars. In the US, the Nash Metropolitan was about it, until VW invaded in the early Sixties with the Beetle.

    • Dee Hanrahan

      NOT VERY CLASSY, BUT IT'S WORTH SEEING ANYWAY.....1956 #Valle #Chantecler - What a cutie! #MicroCar #Classic #French #Cute

    • Sierra Dawn

      1956 Valle Chantecler . . . this sort of thing was much more common in post-WWII Europe than here; people could only afford things like motorcycles and microcars.

    • Car Show Safari

      1956 #Valle #Chantecler looking cute as a button! #French #Microcar #Adorable

    • Yuosof Alharbi

      1956 Valle Chantecler - oh baby... mini- car. :D. @Alexander Forsén Rostof

    • In My Area

      1956 Cream White Valle Chantecler | Classic Car

    • Camille Randolph

      1956 Valle Chantecler #vintage cars

    • Life is Beautiful

      Finally...my dream car :)

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