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Gallery: Citroen Car Club national rally

The Citroen Car Club held its national rally in Kettering's Wicksteed Park, and attracted a bumper crop of members' cars ranginf from pre-war Traction Avants to the latest DS-range cars. The Club's policy of encouraging owners of all Citroens, no matter how grand or dilapidated serves it well, and once again that means there pretty much all cars were represented, from the best concours SMs to ratty-looking BXs and Xantias.

But there's little elitism in the club, and all cars were warmly greeted by the modest number of visitors - no doubt due to the event being held in a far flung corner of the well-known amusement park. Still, Honest John Classics was there to photograph the best - and worst - of what made it to the rally, and here are 20 of the cars that really piqued our interest.

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This Slough-built Bijou is a rare beast, with a mere 207 made between 1959 and 1964. Under that sleek fibreglass skin, penned by Lotus Elite designer Peter Kirwan-Taylor, beats the heart of a 2CV, so that means a maximum speed of around 50mph. This car was nicely patinated, and a rare gem.


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