It was 1968. Paris was burning as the students rioted. Citroen chose this revolutionary moment to launch its most care-free product ever. The 2CV-based Méhari was a fun jeep as only the French could conceive it. The utterly open bodywork - the doors and soft top could be removed in minutes - was made of a peculiar type of corrugated glassfibre. Curiously, it seemed to appeal to the appetites of camels, which ate cars exported to North Africa.