When we saw it we thought about a week to restore it and a few cans of body filler. Looks like your club needs a good IT person 'Simon' their web site is a year out of date!! Like most French sites!!!
Colin... like most clubs, the average member just wants to meet people with a similar "hobby"... they don't want to get involved in the running of it... they just want everything to happen. It isn't just French sites that are out of date.... a website is only as good as the input... and members need to provide that input... on fellow allotment holder thought that I was paid to be Secretary... if only!! 2CVGB has a membership of well over 3,500... the committee is ALWAYS struggling to fill posts.Susan, unless that car has a "special provenance" it just isn't worth trying to solve the metal worm problem... once all the non-rusty spares have been removed, she should be parked somewhere, the engine and bonnet removed... attractive, trimmable shrub(s) planted inside and in the engine bay and kept trimmed to the window and body line... look good up at the potager... you could put all sorts of nichoirs in and around it... and add a dead HY next door to it as a shed... save you having to cart tools too and fro'.
I believe the car is a 7C (although I could be wrong) There are so few of them that there is a register of the surviving cars.I suspect the answer is welding rather than bog - I am not sure the feeble motor (1.6L) could drag around all that plastic and a driver...As for websites - I struggle keeping our current, I am not going to pull on one in a language I have to think about!