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Ten Classics to celebrate Citroen's centenary

2019 marks the 100-year anniversary of French automobile manufacturer Citroën. The daring brand will celebrate its centenary at the London Classic Car Show on 14-17 February with a showcase of vehicles that have made the boldest marks on the automotive industry since its launch in June 1919.

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Citroën B12 Taxi

The only surviving example of its kind in the UK and one of the very few left in the world, this 1926 Citroën B12 Taxi was found in 2002 in a chicken shed on a farm just outside Paris. The barn find was transported to Kent where a complete restoration was undertaken. The B12 was manufactured using mass production technologies, which were still unique to Citroën in the 1920s.

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Peter McGuire    on 3 February 2019

Where is the Ami - considered by many to be the pinnacle of French styling?

   on 25 February 2019

And the GS...?

djmgw    on 25 February 2019

My dream Citroen garage - 15CV Rosalie, 7CV avant guerre, Traction 6H converted to 22CV spec with a Ford flathead V8, ID19, Ami Super (or M35?), BX19GT (not GTi) , Low roof CX Prestige, Visa GTi, Twin engine 2CV, XM V6, C6 V6 Petrol.

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