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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 2CV

In 1935, Maison Michelin took over Citroën and proposed a ‘people’s car’ for rural drivers. A national survey was commissioned to determine the right price, speed and capacity – this led to the 2CV in 1948. The 2CV went on to be a hugely successful model with almost four million cars being manufactured until it was phased out in 1990. The model on show will be a 1964 2CV AZAM, which is one of only five of this specification left in the UK.

Read our Citroen 2CV review here

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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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