Unless you’ve been stuck in a cave, you’ll be aware that Citroën celebrates its centenary this year.
To mark this momentous achievement, the French marque is holding a three-day extravaganza this summer and is inviting owners of classic Citroëns to bring their cars and join in.
‘The Gathering of the Century’ will take place on 19-21 July at La Ferté Vidame in Normandy, the brand’s secret testing site where, most notably, the 2CV was developed.
It is hoped that 50,000 people will join the party, as well as 5000 Citroëns – and if you want your pride and joy to be among them, you have until 30 April to register your car.
For visitor admissions, discounted pre-sale tickets will be available from May.
To find out more, please click here. It should be a memorable occasion.
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