In the town of Samobor , a medieval village in the mountains northwest of Croatia, celebrates the 23rd 2CV World Meeting , an annual gathering of fans Citroen from July 30 to August 4 .
The event dedicated to the iconic Citroen 2CV (French: deux chevaux vapeur , "two steam horses") this year coincides with the centenary of the founding of the French automaker.
The 2CV was a low cost car produced by the French manufacturer Citroën from 1948 to 1990 . Between those years there were 3,872,583 units and 1,246,306 units of 2CV with van body, making a total of 5,118,889 units manufactured.
Since 1975 , fans of the popular Citroen 2CV global meetings organized with the aim of preserving the cult and the historical value of the automotive industry .
During the event, many riding competitions, offroad and cross country are celebrated. It is also a great opportunity to meet people, exchange experiences and to buy spare parts .
The Citroen 2CV is certainly an important milestone in automotive history. Its spread all over the world has made it the milestone of economic car par excellence.